Google Gifts Windows Mobile with New Search App
Google has made its Google Mobile application available to the Windows Mobile platform. The application allows Windows Mobile users to start searches without the need to open a browser first. It will store search history to reduce the need for typing and speeds up the time it takes to start a search and get a result. The Google Mobile App is available for all devices running Windows Mobile in the U.S., U.K., Canada, France, Italy, Spain, and Germany. It is a free download.
Starbucks Debuts Brand New Windows 10 Mobile App
Starbucks today released a new application for Microsoft's Windows 10 Mobile platform. The app, available in the U.S., U.K., and Canada, allows Windows users to find stores, manage account details, and make payments.
Google Search App Gains Tappable Shortcuts
Google today said an update to its mobile search app should make it quicker and easier to find basic information via tappable shortcuts that are positioned underneath the search box. The shortcuts let people perform instant searches for a variety of items, including entertainment, sports, weather, food, news, and more.
Google Search for Android Gains Offline Mode
Google has made it possible for Google Search to work even when the device goes offline. The latest build of Search for Android can store Google searches if a phone loses its network connection.
Google Makes Searching and Sharing Via iMessage Simpler
Google today detailed several new features headed to the Google Search app on iOS devices. First and foremost, Google Search gains a new extension for iMessage that lets you perform Google searches from within iMessage and then easily share the results.
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