Google announced a new search mode for Android-based smartphones ‘In Apps.’ This new Google In app search helps you find content from apps which have been already installed. The apps work even when the device is not connected to Wi-Fi or mobile data.

Using Google In App tab, users can access the files installed in the device. Users can have control over the apps which appears by setting within the Google app, and the only user can see his personal result.

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This new ‘In-app option lets users search for the important things such as music, contacts, messages, books and lot more. The app supports Google apps like Gmail and YouTube initially, as well as third-party apps like Spotify. Google will extend this support to Linked, Facebook Messenger, Linkedin, Evernote, Todoist, Glide and Google Keep in the future.

The company has listed few uses of this ‘In-apps’ search mode:

  • The user can have quick access to media and listen to their favorite song or much liked video.
  • The app organizes well with the assigned tasks and notes to remember.
  • Finding contacts and messages is now made much easier with this app.

“As smartphone features become increasingly diverse, a growing number of smartphone users are willing to search for more information saved on their mobile devices. The V20 combined with Google’s evolving search tools will allow users to find the information they need faster in a more convenient and smart manner.” Said,  Juno Cho, president of LG Electronics and Mobile Communications Company.

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Search engine giant is going to couple with LG and the upcoming V20 would be the first with a shortcut to In-App search alongside with the new release of Android 7.0 Nougat. This new phone is accessible with a shortcut on the main screen and the screen which fits above the main screen for notifications and shortcuts.

LG Australia hasn’t provided any clue on the launch of V20 in India. LG V20 is yet to be released at a planned event in San Francisco on 6 September.


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