New on Play Store: Quora for Android, With Voice Search and All the Right Answers

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  • 05 Sep 2012
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  • If you have a lot of questions and so little answers, maybe it’s a good idea to ask Quora, now available as an Android app in Google Play Store. Searching and asking questions is what you’ll do, using this new application. Quora results can be integrated into the search engine on the device, allowing you to search with Quora even when you’re not in the app.

    Android’s voice recognition also plays a part in this and it’s a very seamless process to do a voice search and get the right answers. You can also add a Quora widget to the home screen and include a Top Answers feat on that area. The widget is size customizable and gives you a full reading experience. Quora for Android supports landscape mode and it’s optimized to work on tablets like the Nexus 7 or Kindle Fire, for example. Quora was launched in Google Play Store today, in version 1.0.88 and its purpose is to connect you to everything you want to know about.

    With a Quora account you can ask and answer questions, connect with your friends and stay up to the date with the most search and debated topics. Rich push notifications are available and you can also share interesting stuff from Quora via social networking services. The app is up for download here.

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