Google's Google Now intelligent personal assistant has, so far, only been available to those using Android Jelly Bean. However, it seems Google is about to go toe-to-toe with Apple's Siri as the latest rumors say Google Now is on the way to iOS. If rumors aren't enough to make a believer out of you, you might be interested in a video that appeared briefly on YouTube before being pulled. Luckily, Engadget snagged it before it was removed and reposted it for all to see.
The video specifically talks about the introduction of Google Now for iOS and features the same voice over and production style as Google's original 'Introducing Google Now' video. The clip goes through the different features of Google Now and explains how it learns over time and presents you with the information you need (local weather or your route to work, for example), without being asked.
Of course, Google hasn't commented on the clip, nor has it confirmed Google Now for iOS. Still, this is likely the hardest evidence we'll get before the company makes an official announcement.
Head on over to Engadget to see the clip for yourself.