We know Google is all about searching, and the company has just made the process a bit better for Android devices. With the release of the “Recent” button on Google’s mobile site, local searching is now more integrated and multi-platform friendly.
The new feature allows users to access recent searches straight from the Google mobile ... Read More »
It’s not everyday you get to see Senior Vice President of Engineering at Google, Vic Gundotra, introduce a new feature in Google+. Google has been busy slowly rolling out changes and improvements to the service, but today’s new additions are special. Finally, Google has enabled clickable hashtags and real-time search support.
Back before Google did Android, GMail and Google+, the company did search. They did search so well, nobody really searches for anything online anymore; they Google it. Fortunately, Google’s search-based bloodline has carried over to Android where, of course, Google is offering the best web-search experience in all the mobile landscape. This experience has been ... Read More »
In a multi-platform world, Google relies heavily on mobile devices. We’ve seen the Google Mobile site get some a redesign, but where’s the love for tablet users? We knew a tablet-optimized Google Search was coming that would be a mixture between desktop and mobile search. And Google’s now announced this tablet-optimized ... 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 »
Following the release of a new Google Maps for mobile browsers, Google seems to be working on a re-designed version of Google Search as well. According to Google Operating System, some mobile Google users are being shown a brand-new interface for Google Search.
Similarly to what Google did with Google Maps a few ... Read More »
Remember that special event Google was hosting today? They just announced a new service call Voice Actions which allows you to search your phone, the web, and nearby locations by speaking into your phone instead of typing. Google also updated their search widget to support all the latest features.