Google is rolling out the magic trick of its “Second-Half Magic” feature this week.
With a little bit of work, you can watch second halves of some games on your phone, and with a little luck, you’ll be able to grab a couple of extra seconds for yourself.
This is just the first of several “second-half magic” Google Now-like tricks that will roll out this week as part of the company’s efforts to make second-and-short videos more accessible to users.
You’ll see them everywhere on Google’s website and in the app, where users can see their game scores, and then, in addition to showing the score on your screen, the app will display the second-round score, as well as the winner’s and losers’ scores from the previous game.
Google is calling this “second half magic,” and the company says it’s rolling out “some new tricks” that will “improve the user experience for fans and players alike.”
If you’re watching a second- and third-round match on the Google Now app and you see your score displayed as a score, it’s a good indication that you should keep an eye on your game.
That’s because the second and third scores can be used to calculate the winner and losers in future matches.
If you know that your team won, the second score shows the team’s score, and if you know the other team won or lost, the third score shows your team’s.
The third score can also be used in the next round, which means you’ll have more information about how the two teams played out.
The trick also lets you easily set up replay-protection and a replay mode for a game that you can’t watch right now.
If your phone’s screen is off, you won’t be able watch the replay unless you’re in a replay-protected mode, which is how Google is showing this new trick.
This will work on both Android and Apple devices, as it’s on the web.