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Today, Google has launched its global lightweight search app. The 5MB search app is now accessible in all nations with the Google Go app for Android Go phones. In the past, the app was restricted to countries where Android Go phones were being sold.
Starting today, Google Go is available on the Play Store globally for all Android devices using Lollipop and above.
Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai announced this in a tweet.
Starting today, our lightweight search app #GoogleGo will be available globally on the @GooglePlay store. As demo'd at #io19, Lens in #GoogleGo can help translate and search the words you see around you, and even read them aloud.https://t.co/rAjR34KznM— Sundar Pichai (@sundarpichai) August 20, 2019
The app is pretty neat concerning functionality. You will find a home page with a lower search bar, voice search access, and Google Lens when you open it.
The primary homepage has shortcuts to popular internet sites, other app shortcuts to customize and simple ways to discover photos and GIFs. You also have the weather, a built-in browser and trends when you begin your search.
You can get the app at the Google Play Store.
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