Google may have showcased a potential feature for Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie after an image of a Google Now widget appeared on its support page.
Currently, the search engine company hasn't integrated widget support for Google Now, but the firm's support forum depicted a post -- since removed -- that confirms the widget's existence.
Google Now monitors a user's daily activities and then showcases information it believes will be relevant to their day, as shown by the image on the right.
Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie is expected to be announced mid-May at Google's annual I/O event. Google has all but confirmed that Jelly Bean's successor will be Key Lime Pie, while subsidiary Motorola is working on its X smartphone, which is believed to run on Android 5.0 with a debut scheduled for said event.