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Google Mobile Blog showcases Android's search

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Google Mobile Blog showcases Android's search
Google has made search on Android-powered phones an integrated, easy-to-use, and platform-wide feature.

Every searchable application includes a search menu option and may also include search widgets or support type-to-search. Certain phones, including the T-Mobile G1, will have a dedicated "search" key, and Google Suggest technology (which suggests possible search terms as you type) is integrated.

Google's own applications can share search capabilities with each other (e.g. a music player application can call up the YouTube application to display video searches) and Google has provided an API, documentation and sample code to allow third party developers to implement searches in their applications.

Watch the video for more information on Android's search.

source: Google Mobile Blog


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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:42

1. AaronWhite (unregistered)


This phone sucks. iPhone rules. I don't really feel that way, but I might as well say it before some iFanatic does. It's bound to happen sooner or later,

posted on 02 Oct 2008, 20:33

2. Galen20K (unregistered)


T-Mobile G1 Rules. iFail/Phone sucks. I believe this above as many others do. Android is the Future.

posted on 04 Oct 2008, 12:09

3. Cali_E (Posts: 196; Member since: 24 Sep 2008)


sh!!!!!!t, windows mobile 4 life!!!

posted on 05 Oct 2008, 11:36

4. (unregistered)


G1 RULESSSSSSS THE OFFICAL DOMINATOR!!!!!!!

posted on 05 Oct 2008, 12:57

5. (unregistered)


how do you know? you haven't even used one yet

posted on 05 Oct 2008, 14:14

6. (unregistered)


UM ACTUALLY I DID AND THAT IS NOT A LIE I HAVE PROOF DON"T HATE ;P

posted on 05 Oct 2008, 14:14

7. (unregistered)


I CAN PROVE IT TO YOU BUDDY!!

posted on 17 Aug 2011, 00:13

9. kneesykeync (unregistered)


A very nice niche blog, and a good design there sparks Simplicity yet complex algorithm of the internet. Thank You.

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