Google Now Cards available Offline for Android users

By | May 5, 2014

The tech giant Google has quietly rolled out its updated search app which has offered a number of features such as ‘Parking Location’ card, a centralized list of nicknames and much more. And now, the Google Now Cards are coming to offline use for the Android Smartphone users.

Google Now Cards on Android Now Available for Offline Use

The updated Google Search app now users can view their Google Now cards even if there is no active Internet connection means now the feature is available in Offline mode also. In the absence of a data connection, the last state of the Google cards will be displayed on the user Smartphone. If you are  going  next time in any hangout place such as the subway and you want to check on your day’s appointments with Google Now, you won’t have to worry about  the lack of cell service.


According to  a report which claimed that the Google Search app teardown has come with a new card which will show images shared with friends on Google+. The report has also suggested that some of the string of codes indicates which are ‘shared Google+ images by friends’ are linked to a location and will only appear when a user searches for a particular location or while travelling to a certain place. The report has also claimed that the yet-to-be-rolled-out cards for shared Google+ images from friends will includes  a +1 and an email button at the bottom of the post