Google Mobile App for iPhone with Voice Search and My Location

Google has finally released Google Mobile App for iPhone with Voice Search and My Location in U.S. English. The new Google Mobile App for iPhone makes it possible for you to do a Google web search using only your voice. And if you're doing a local search, there's no need to specify where you are because Google […]

Google has finally released Google Mobile App for iPhone with Voice Search and My Location in U.S. English. The new Google Mobile App for iPhone makes it possible for you to do a Google web search using only your voice. And if you're doing a local search, there's no need to specify where you are because Google Mobile App now has Search with My Location. Search for "movie showtimes" or "Mediterranean restaurant" and you'll automatically see results based on your current location. For this to work, Location Services must be enabled on your iPhone and you have to opt-in to let Google Mobile App use your location.

 Here’re some tips to help you get the most out of Google’s new Mobile Application for the iPhone:

  1. To get Google Mobile App on your iPhone, go to the App Store and search for “Google Mobile App,” or click on this link to install from a computer. If you have an older version of Google Mobile App installed, you might want to uninstall the older version before installing the newer version.
  2. Voice recognition is turned off by default for non-U.S. users. To enable voice recognition, click on the “Settings” tab at the bottom of the screen and slide “Voice Search” to ON.
  3. If you hold the iPhone up to your ear and don’t hear the “baBUM” sound to start talking, swing the iPhone down and back up to your ear. Sometimes a little wrist flick helps to tell the iPhone you want to search.

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