Google makes it simpler to Search, Chrome and Gmail in iOS 14


San Francisco, September 19

Google has given its customers simpler entry to Search, Chrome and Gmail on the brand new Apple iOS 14.

The customers can now add a Google Search Widget to their Home Screen to allow them to discover data even quicker.

“You can also set Chrome as your default browser app on your iPhone or iPad, and in the coming days, you’ll be able to set Gmail as your default email app,” Luke Wroblewski, Director, iOS at Google, stated in an announcement on Friday.

In iOS 14, Google customers can add Widgets to their Home Screen to entry apps extra shortly or get data at a look.

The tech big stated it was giving customers lightning-fast entry to Search with a Widget in two sizes: one with simply Search, and one with shortcuts to a few extra methods to look, relying on their desire.

“With the Quick Search Widget, you can search for anything, right from your Home Screen. The Shortcuts Widget includes a quick Search bar and additional search modes: Lens, which lets you search what you see through your camera; Voice Search if you don’t feel like typing; and Incognito mode for an extra layer of privacy,” Google defined.

If you set Chrome as your default browser in iOS 14, if you open a hyperlink from one other app, it would open in Chrome.

Similarly, when you set Gmail as your default e-mail app, any time you faucet on an e-mail icon on the net, it would open the Gmail app.

Apple customers can sync Chrome on their computer systems or tablets to routinely entry their bookmarks, saved passwords and cost strategies, settings, and not too long ago opened tabs. IANS



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