The Google Search app for iOS was updated earlier this week to bring Google Now to your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. but it seems that the service isn’t yet supported in all territories. As is often the case, however, the jailbreaking community has a solution.
GoogleNowEnabler is a new tweak that promises to activate Google Now on your iOS device no matter where you live.
GoogleNowEnabler is available to download now from Cydia’s ModMyi repository, and it’s completely free. All you have to do is install it and Google Now will be activated within the Google Search app (make sure you have that installed first, of course) — it’s that simple.
The tweak leaves no traces on your home screen, or within your Settings app, so you won’t even know that it’s there. When Google Now is officially supported in your country, you can just uninstall the tweak via Cydia.
If you’ve been itching to get your hands on Google Now, then, but you’re not in a supported country, that’s no longer an issue providing you have a jailbroken iOS device.