Monday, November 8, 2010

Google Instant goes mobile

What is Google Instant? You may have noticed that when you start typing in the search field on Google a list of relevant items is displayed below allowing you to make a selection. In other words, Google tries to guess what you're searching and starts displaying what it thinks you want before you finish typing.  For example, let's say you are looking for Google Maps.  Before you can finish typing the word Google, you notice that Google Maps is instantly displayed.  You were able to get to Google Maps by typing only 3 letters. You can easily see how quickly this can make searching on mobile phones. This feature will now be made available to selected mobile phones including those that run on the Android 2.2 OS like the HTC DROID INCREDIBLE. Read Story

No comments:

Post a Comment