YouTube user JLishere has created an extensive video using Google Now on an early build of Jelly Bean. It not only shows how great the app is, but includes a lot of commands you can give to it and a few things to come like deactivating Wi-Fi or Bluetooth and most likely a lot of other device options. Since this is an early build it will most likely get much better at launch and keep improving over time like Google always does.
Over 40 questions and commands where given to Google Now and I’m happy – but not surprised- to say that it performed excellent most of the time. Go on and watch for yourself
Now if our talented devs out there can get a working port out for other Android devices many of us will be much happier. Only thing working against us is the JellyBean API level and some pretty hefty framework integration. Maybe we are all better off just getting Jelly Bean on our device or just breaking down and upgrading.
I've been an Android fan for a long long time, even before owning one. My first and current phone is a Motorola Defy which is currently rooted, rom'd and running a beautiful ICS thanks to CyanogenMod.
My goal is to share both news and love for this awesome platform that we all have and, hopefully, make it better between us all.