If you’re a mobile internet user, I’m sure you are familiar with Google’s Search feature. Google Search can be accessed via a mobile devices web browser or the dedicated application. Google have recently updated Search for the mobile web browser – the update brings two great new features, if you want to find out more… Be sure to read on!
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Google Search received an update earlier this week, bringing users new features such as package tracking, rapid feedback, and settings information on cards. Google has also redesigned the display of cards in the notification center — prior to this update the cards stood out a bit like a sore thumb, but now they blend in elegantly.
Amidst rumors of a mysterious smartphone and new iPad apps, Facebook held a big press event today at its headquarters in Menlo Park, California. The topic was search, or more specifically, social search. It’s a new feature Facebook is calling “Graph Search,” and the beta has started rolling out already. It will be available for all of Facebook’s one billion users soon.
Think of Graph Search as Google with a more personal touch. Facebook is leveraging everything it knows about you to help you connect with people who like what you like. Instead of leaving Facebook.com to get your results, all of your social data and timeline history is mined and collated inside Facebook’s walls. That’s good news for Facebook, and bad news for Google.
If you’ve recently updated your Google Search app for Android, you’ll notice a few great new features. One of those features is the ability to use the Song Match functionality straight from Google Search.
Google Now is by far one of the coolest features introduced in Android 4.1, and it just got better. A recent update to the Google Search app for Android 4.1+ brings a few new cards and voice actions to an already fabulous app. Holiday travelers and Google+ users will especially appreciate it.
Straight out of the playbook of my wife’s life, Google nailed a commercial depicting real-world use of the Google Search app. If I had a dollar for every time one of my kids mentioned a school project or activity last minute, I’d be enjoying a Mai Tai in Hawaii.
Well what do we have here? It looks like Santa knows how to wrap more than just presents. Santa wants everyone’s holiday to be less stressful and so he has admirably enlisted a few of his whitest elves to help break down a few Google search tips in this latest rap video by Google.