Google Mobile App Rolled Out to BlackBerry Storm Users
Article by George Norman
On 26 Mar 2010
Do you have a BlackBerry Storm or a BlackBerry Storm 2? Have you been waiting for Mountain View-based search engine giant Google to roll out the Google Mobile App for your RIM-developed device? Well, you need not wait any longer. The Google Mobile App is now available for download to BlackBerry Storm users.

To download the application and put it through its paces you need only take out your BlackBerry Storm, fire up the device’s web browser and visit m.google.com. The application is provided free of charge. So, what are you waiting for? Right, you’re waiting for details on what the application has to offer.

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Here’s the lowdown:
Search by voice – speak out what you want to look for, and the application will perform an online search. This feature provides support for English, Mandarin Chinese, and Japanese.
My Location – when performing a search for nearby businesses, you need not provide your location. The app automatically detects your location and looks for businesses in that area.
Google Suggest – as you start to type in a query, the app throws suggestions your way. If you see one that matches what you want to type in, tap it.
Search history – a list of queries you entered in the past is saved; when you need to search for the same thing again, the list of recently performed queries is there to help you out.
Email search – search for a phrase from the body of the message to find an email. Or search for the name of the person who sent it to you.
Links to other Google apps – the app provides one-click access to install or open other free Google Mobile products. For example it provides easy access to Gmail and Maps.

Again, to download the Google Mobile App for BlackBerry you need to visit m.google.com from your device’s browser. The app is available in 7 languages to users in 20 countries.
Additional information on the app is available on Google’s help center here.



Tags: Google, Google Mobile App, BlackBerry, BlackBerry Storm
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