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Google kills 'Now on Tap' brand that never made much sense, anyway

Google apparently dumped its "Now on Tap" brand Tuesday in favor of something a bit more straightforward: Google Assistant.  Now on Tap, which is only a year old, allows Android users to get more detailed information about whatever's on their screen by holding down their home button. The feature, which has specifically been renamed "screen search" according to a report in 9to5Google, will work in much the same way now that it's folded into Google Assistant.
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