/ December 22, 2008

Google Steps Up Their Game For iPhone Searches

Google has been steadily improving the way search results are rendered on the iPhone.  Last month, Google said it was making changes to speed up processing for search results and change the way they are rendered on an iPhone. This is great news for 13 million iPhone users. 
Results are now formatted to be displayed on the screen, so you don’t have to zoom or scroll from left to right, except with the most challenging Web applications.
The new results page will appear when you use the default Google search box in the Safari browser, according to Search Engine Watch. These speedier new results are currently available in U.S. English for Android, and for iPhone and iPod touch devices with firmware 2.x. Google added this capability for Android devices, so users can search results page via the search widget on the Android home page, or also through Google.com. 
Because Google has a lot of competition from Apple, RIM, Nokia
Symbian and Windows Mobile, 2009 will surely generate a competition for crisp and faultless innovations for the phones’ capabilities.
Source: Googlewatch 

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