Items tagged with Google Mobile

Google introduced a new set of features for Google Shopper for Android that are designed to make it easier to research products and find good deals directly from your smartphone. In an effort to help you perform common tasks more quickly, Google has rearranged some features. Now, you’ll find the Starred and History buttons at the top of the page. There are also new tabs at the bottom of the screen that will help with navigation and provide access to new features. Google Shopper has three tabs that let you find, save and redeem offers at nearby businesses: Today’s Offer: part of the... Read more...
Google recently rolled out a few changes to its Google Docs for mobile browsers. With the changes, you'll now get the ability to sort, narrow, and share multiple documents from your mobile docs list. These new features are designed with tablets and other mobile devices in mind. Assuming your device uses a supported browser, you should be able to press Sort to organize the list of docs that are visible from the mobile browser. You can also press Narrow By to specify a subset of documents you'd like to view. The ability to share a document from your mobile device is available as well. After you select... Read more...
Google Sync has enabled many users to synchronize their Gmail Contacts and Google Calendar with their iPhone, Windows Mobile, and S60 devices. Although many people are pleased with Google Sync, there's one thing that has been missing until now: support for Gmail. Today, Google added Gmail support to Google Sync. As a result of this new feature, iPhone, iPod Touch, and Windows Mobile device users will now be able to enjoy push email. With an over-the-air, always-on connection, you'll know your inbox is up to date, no matter where you are or what you're doing. Because Sync works with your phone's... Read more...
Searching for useful information on a mobile phone isn't always easy or convenient. To help, Google's Mobile team released the Google Mobile App for the iPhone, complete with Voice Search and My Location features. With the app's voice search capabilities, you can perform a Google Web search using--you guessed it--your voice. To use this feature, you simply hold the phone to your ear, wait for a beep to tell you the app is listening, and then say what you are looking for. The application senses when you want to start speaking based on the phone's motion.In combination with the application's... Read more...