So Google wants to compete with Apple's Siri feature. And what a better way to do this than bringing Google Now to iOS.
Google announced today that it will be updating the Search app for iPhone and iPad to include Google Now's features.
The Mountain View company announced Google Now in June at their I/O Developer Conference in June and essentially it is a ask-answer feature with voice, an assistant that gets you the information you need on Android devices running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. You can check the video below.
On Android it acts more like Siri because it is tied up with other apps that can help you do more. On iOS is more like an improved search with voice.
The app is expected to land in the App Store any time now.