Google Mobile App for iPhone is now called "Google Search App," a pretty comprehensive overhaul of the app's look and functionality:
- First, you'll see more ways to interact with the app. When browsing through search results or looking at a webpage, you can swipe down to see the search bar or change your settings. For Google apps, there's an Apps button at the bottom of the screen for rapid access to the mobile versions of Google products.
- Also, a new toolbar make it easier to filter search results. You can open toolbar by swiping from left to right -- either before you search or once you've got your results. If you only want images, just tap "Images," and the results will update as shown:
- It's now easier to pick up searching where you left off. If you leave the app and come back later, you'll be able either to start a new search right away (just tap in the search box to type, hit the microphone button to do a voice search or tap on the camera icon to use Google Goggles) or get back to exactly where you were by tapping on the lower part of the page.
- Finally, improvements made the following app: Google Goggles, Voice Search, Search with My Location, Gmail unread counts and more. And, an added simple help feature to let you explore it. Access this by tapping the question mark above the Google logo.
You can download Google Search app from the iTunes App Store, or scan the QR code below: