iPhoneForums.Net News Team
- Jun 18, 2010
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Google has today announced details of its revamped Google Search App for iPhone, which has been redesigned to make it faster and easier to execute a Google search on your iPhone or iPod touch. According to the Google Mobile Blog, the app, which used to be called Google Mobile, is now called Google Search. Google says that the revamped app gives the user lots more ways to interact with Google Search. For example, when browsing through search results or looking at a website, you can swipe down to view the search bar or to change your settings. And if youve got Google apps installed on your phone, youll find that the nifty Apps button at the bottom of the screen should come in very handy. Google has also added a new toolbar to the app, designed to make it easier to filter results, and has also made it easier to pick up where you left off from if you leave the app during a search and come back to it. Aside from all the aforementioned new features, Google says that it has also made improvements to some popular features from the old app, such as Google Goggles, Voice Search, Search with My Location, Gmail unread counts and much more. And if all that Google goodness sounds a bit mind-boggling, theyve also provided a handy Help function.
Sources: Google Search app for iPhonea new name and a new look - Official Google Mobile Blog