most recently in February, an option for Google's I'm Feeling Curious search.However, as much potential as 3D Touch has, it's only as good as the apps that support it. App developers have done a fairly good job at enabling support for these various gestures within their apps, and as more and more developers hop on board, the more fleshed out and useful 3D Touch will become. One of the companies that was quick to enable 3D Touch support for their iOS app was none other than Google. From the home screen of any iOS device that supports 3D Touch, users are able to press down on the Google app icon and get a pop-up menu for various actions. This menu includes options for Quick Search, Voice Search, Image Search, and
As well supported as the Google app already is, the company is back at it again with yet even further support for Apple's 3D Touch. In this latest update, Google is taking full advantage of the "peek" and "pop" gestures that are one of the biggest parts of 3D Touch. When you're now using the Google app on iOS, you will be able to use a hard press on a link or map to get a little preview window of the content that that link contains. If you apply further pressure, that window will "pop" into a more traditional full-screen view. On top of this, users will also be able to use a hard press on the G icon within the application in order to initiate a search. And, if you're rocking an iOS device that doesn't have support for 3D Touch, you can perform this same action with a long press on the screen.
The new update lands on the App Store today, and it can be downloaded here.