After a long wait Google finally released the Google Now voice based search assistant for iOS devices and it is accessible through the Google Search app on the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. While the feature was rolled out to all devices that are capable of running Google Search application, sadly the feature is not available worldwide and a large number of users have been deprived from using it as it is not available in the country or region.
To solve this problem a tweak has been released in Cydia called GoogleNowEnabler. The GoogleNowEnabler tweak as its name suggests enables the new Google Now feature in the Google Search app even if it is not available in the area user is trying to access it. All users need to do is download the tweak from Cydia on their iOS device and they are good to go. There are no settings or configurations required in order to run the GoogleNowEnabler.
Here is a short guide on how you can enable Google Now on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch on the Google Search app even if Google doesn’t allow it.
1 ) Make sure your device is jailbroken. If it is then launch Cydia and open the search page. Also you need to have the Google Search app available for free .
2 ) On the search page type ‘GoogleNowEnabler’ and hit the search button. From the search results install the tweak, which should be available for free.
3 ) After installing open the Google Search app and now you should see a banner at the bottom of your screen telling you about cards. On the homepage of the Google Search app tap on the settings button located on the top right side of the screen next to the ‘v’ shapped down arrow button.
4 ) From the settings paage tap on the ‘Google Now’ option and then turn it on. Now your Google Now is enabled.
5 ) Tap on the cards located on the bottom to access them.