Google’s New Alarm Clock Wakes Commuters Up At Their Subway Stop
The Android app knows where the user is and approximates when they should get off.
Sometimes people can’t help but doze off while they’re on the bus or the train, especially when they just got off work or are coming from a party, and their trip is a long one and entails passing through several stops. It’s not hard to imagine people missing their stops because they fell asleep.
Google Now has released an application that can wake people up when they’re on public transportation and are about to arrive at their destination.
Google Now is an intelligent personal assistant available within the Google Search mobile app for Android and iOS devices and in the Chrome browser on personal computers.