ICC World T20 has already kicked-off and this time it's happening right here in India! For those who can't make it to a stadium or a television set, Google will make all the live match updates available on the Google app for iOS and Android.
Score updates and match schedules will be available in both Hindi and English. According to Google's recent statement, "if you search for things like 'Cricket score' or 'T20 score' at any point during the game, scores will automatically update — no page refreshes needed."
Users will be able to select the game of their choice, post which, they will be redirected to a "new search experience" with news articles related to games, teams and players they are interested in. The app will also provide a detailed score box and in-depth game analysis.
"You can also speak to the Google app. If you say “Ok Google, when is the next cricket match?” it will show you the schedule of upcoming games. Or if you ask “When will India play New Zealand?” it will tell you the date and time. The only thing the Google app can’t tell you is who will win. You’ll have to wait a couple of seconds after the match for that," says Google.
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