Google Gesture Search Has Now Reached Version 2.0 With Tons of Improvements

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  • 05 Oct 2012
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  • Google’s Gesture Search is a fast way to search your device using gestures to type in the keywords. You are able to quickly access contacts, applications, settings, music and bookmarks in a fast and convenient way. The new version brings a large number of much needed improvements.

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    Google Gesture Search has reached version 2.0 and it has been redesigned to be faster and more reliable than ever. It recognises gestures and searches you phone for the most important data, like apps or music. The first time you access the app it will index your installed apps list and you can refresh the index at any time through the dedicated button. The new version is now very fast and offers real time results for your queries. The app is now available for tablet Android devices, such as the Nexus 7. The UI has also benefited from an overhaul, making it more attractive and easy to understand. Here is a complete list of changes:

    • Now available on Android tablets such as Nexus 7.
    • Faster search performance for large user data set.
    • Support for searching multilingual contents using romanization, including Simplified Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Turkish.
    • The action for contacts is now customizable, e.g., changing calling to messaging.
    • Contacts without phone numbers now became searchable.
    • More UI improvements.

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     Google Gesture Search is available for free on the Play Store.

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