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World Cup 2014 Google Now Cards update with Search app

We are afraid it will be all about the World Cup 2014 today for fans of the sport, as later today will be the opening ceremony, followed by the very first game of the tournament, Brazil vs. Croatia. Google Search has already prepared itself for the big event with an update to Google Cards.

The iOS version of the Google Search app was recently updated so that Google Cards will keep you fully updated as to every match played during the FIFA World Cup 2014.

All you will need to do is tap on the cards to show every World Cup 2014 scorer, match stats, group standing and so much more. This really is a great way to keep in touch with what is considered the most loved sport in the world.

We would advise that you are signed in to your Google account and that Google Now is activated in your settings. What are you waiting for, if you do not have this app, then download it today, otherwise you could find yourself missing out.

There are other ways to learn the dates for each World Cup 2014 match, along with who won each match, and that is Google Calendar, which we recently explained for you.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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