It’s apparently “update all the applications” day over at Google today. Google+, Google Maps and Google Goggles have all received an update of some form or another.
The Google+ application has been updated today, bringing several new feature enhancements and the standard stability improvements and bugfixes. The full changelist is as follows:
Google Goggles, the application that uses pictures to search the web, has received an update to version 1.6 today. The 1.6 update promises to make your smartphone’s camera “smarter,” and can now be set to automatically scan all pictures taken from the camera application on your Android phone.
You read that right; any pictures you ... Read More »
With so many popular products like Chrome, Android and Gmail, we tend to forget that Google’s core product is still Google Search. The company reminded us of that today by releasing more features and improvements for Google Search than we can shake a stick at. Although most the announcements were aimed at the ... Read More »
Poised to be demoed at Google I/O, the Google Goggles Android app got quite a sizable update today. Since its inception, Goggles has helped us read QR codes, find better deals than your local store’s, and figure out the name of that place you should really know the name of.
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A new commercial featuring the Google Nexus S has been showing up on televisions across France over the past few days and has finally made its way onto the web. In an effort to push their stock Android 2.3 handset onto the France masses, Google’s ad highlights a few of the standard features offered by ... Read More »
Google Goggles is launching a new marketing experiment to bring offline and online experiences together. The concept is similar to QR codes – just snap a picture of an object in order to learn more information about it from your mobile device. But instead of using a weird looking barcode, Google Goggles just recognizes ... Read More »
Google Goggles is a visual search app that Google released in December which allows you to take a picture of an object with your camera and it will attempt to recognize it.
It was a cool app to show people, but its real world utility was at least somewhat questionable. That changed at ... Read More »
An oft requested feature finally finds its way onto the Nexus One.
No need to type your search anymore. Just take a picture.
Get a first look at the new search application from Google.