On Thursday, Google announced a new mobile app that uses facial and other data to detect if a user is engaging in passive aggressive communication.

The app, called Whisper, is designed to let users keep tabs on who’s chatting and who’s talking back.

As with Google Now, Whisper will alert users to conversations that seem to be afoot, including those where users are trying to find someone.

Whisper is an extension of Google Now on Android, which automatically pulls up conversations from Google, Facebook, and Twitter.

But Whisper uses AI to identify the types of conversations that users are having and then sends the notifications to the user’s mobile device.

It’s a pretty cool feature for the tech giant, which is currently looking to extend its existing Google Now functionality to include more types of notifications.

Whisperer is available in the Google Play Store for $3.99.