iPhone and iPad apps tagged "Google app."
Spidr Feels Like Google+ and Adds Rewards for Sharing
I recently read an article that mentioned Google+ is the fast growing social networking site, which doesn't surprise me with the amount of followers the search giant has. One social networking app that seems to be following something similar to the Google+ circles feature is Spidr.
CloudMagic is Blazingly Fast Way to Search Your Online World - Gmail, Twitter and More
CloudMagic Search Selection
CloudMagic is the free iOS app for the CloudMagic personal search service from Webyog. CloudMagic indexes your Gmail, Google Apps documents, contacts, calendar entries, and Twitter posts.
Google+ iPhone App has Potential
The headlines over the last few weeks have been a buzz about Google's new social networking site. One of its most touted features is its circles option, which allows you to share information with certain groups of people, friends, colleagues, etc.
Google Launches Image Search for iPhone and iPod touch
Google Image Search - Google launched today a new image search results page for iPhone, iPod touch and Android phones in the US, the UK and Japan, according to Leo Ting, software engineer, Google Mobile Search.
Google Mobile App Lets Users Speak to Search
Google's Mobile App is freakin' awesome.
You can search Google's index using only your voice (no buttons to push and no keys to type). It's also location aware so that you can search for places that are in proximity to wherever you happen to be.
The Search for Google's Mobile Search App with Voice is On
The news broke late last week that Google would launch it's much-anticipated Google Mobile App for iPhone with Voice Search, perhaps on Friday. As of late Sunday afternoon EST the app has yet to debut in the App Store. Now, the latest word is that it will be released sometime today.
Eric Schmidt: iPhone Good for Google
"Schmidt said the innovation and power of the iPhone means better applications and web browsing for consumers and ultimately good news for Google. “The iPhone’s competitors all have devices or devices coming out. It’s really simple.