Google Now is an intelligent personal digital assistant for Android and iOS platforms. Google Now tailors search content and presents it in a concise card-style format on the user’s smartphone. However, it does require constant access to several services such as location and other websites to fetch the latest data.
Google Now shows the current temperature, nearby places worth visiting and many more details. Not only that, it also acts as the normal search engine just in case the user wants to look for something specific. However, Google Now may consume considerable battery juice and data space over a period of time. Here is a simple method to turn off Google Now on your Android phone or tablet.
Tap the Google Search bar on top or open the Google Search app to launch the Google Now interface.
Go to Settings using the Menu button. Disable Google Now using the Toggle button on the top right.
Google Now should show you the message – Get Google Now.