Pioneer, the US-based company behind Google’s voice assistant, is launching its web app on Google Now, the Google search and messaging service, this month.
The app will also be available in the Google Play store.
While the app is an obvious departure from Google’s other navigation-based products, like the Google Assistant and the Android Auto assistant, Pioneer says the web app will be compatible with Google Now on Android.
It also offers a variety of navigation-related functions like “Discover my nearest park,” “Find my way home,” and “Go to My Home.”
The web app is being developed by Pioneer’s software team, and will be available for free to developers who choose to make it available.
Users can access it by going to the Pioneer website, tapping the “Navigation” menu button, and then selecting the “Pioneer Web App.”
Once the app has been installed, users can access the “navigation” page with their Google account, and there they can enter their address and search for directions to the nearest park.
Navigation for Google Now will also work on iOS devices, including Apple’s iOS devices.
Users can also tap the “My Google Now” icon in the top right corner of the home screen and see all the Google Now commands they have entered into their phone, including navigation and notifications.
For the first time, users will be able to ask Google to launch the web interface and launch apps from within the Google app, according to Pioneer.
It will also have a web-based navigation drawer in the navigation bar, and users can tap the icon to launch a search or app in the drawer.
When it comes to the web version of the app, the company is aiming to make sure that users are able to navigate to specific sites and services.
In the future, users may also be able tap on a map icon to see locations within a region or even see a “search by location” feature that will allow users to search within a specific region.
Pioneers web app lets users search by location, and can even help you find the nearest subway station, according a blog post from the company.
Parks and parks are still a niche area for Google’s search service, and Google Now has historically been limited to places where there are more than 50,000 users.
The company is planning to expand the scope of its search to the entire U.S. by 2018, according the blog post.
Pegasus has a great track record of making good software, so it’s not a surprise that Google is planning on supporting the web versions of its products.
That’s especially true for a company like Pegasus, which has a strong history of providing a good interface for the internet and a wide range of software.