Android and the iPhone get a new image search page

Android and the iPhone get a new image search page
Android gets better and better, too bad that we still do not have any other devices running it, except for the G1. Google has now developed an updated image search page for its open-source operating system Android, the iPhone and the iPod Touch. Users will now get their results faster and will be able to use different filtering options for their results. The search engine can now display up to 20 images per page. Besides, an image detail view page shows a large thumbnail of an image with arrows for navigation to the next or the previous one. In addition, the Google Mobile Browser can now filter the results according to their style by: Faces, Clip art, Line drawings and Photo content. There are also three different settings for the filter: Strict, Moderate and Off.

It is wonderful that Android gets a small update every once in a while, let’s just hope that we will have more devices to try it with soon.

source: OfficialGoogleBlog via  IntoMobile

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