In a post to its Chrome blog on Wednesday, Google announced plans to bring intuitive voice searches directly into the Chrome Web browser for iOS.
Voice search will be available as part of an update to Chrome for iOS "in the coming days," Google announced Wednesday. It's yet another part of Google's broader effort to create a layer on top of its chief competitor's mobile OS.
Google started rolling out voice search functionally for Chrome on the desktop earlier today, and now the company has revealed that the same feature is headed to iOS. Chrome for iOS will be receiving voice search in the App Store in the next few days. You can now speak your searches into the omnibox. Touch [...]Show More Summary
Google has shown off what's new in search at Google I/O and during the keynote they announced improvements to conversational search, Google Now and the Knowledge Graph. We've had conversational search on Android and iOS for some time, but now you'll be able to access it through Chrome on any laptop or desktop. Show More Summary
Hangouts, the free multi-person video chat and messaging service inside Google+, has been broken out into its own standalone apps for iOS, Android, and Chrome.
Google has today announced Hangouts, a new messaging service that will replace the numerous ways Google services currently let you have real-time conversations with other users, such as Google Talk,... Keep reading ?
Welcome to Wired’s live blog of the Google IO keynote. What should we expect today? We know it won’t be a roll-up of Chrome and Android, no matter how much that might make sense. But we are hoping for an...
On Wednesday, May 15, Google is kicking off its IO conference in San Francisco — the biggest three days of the year when it comes to news about Android, Chrome, Glass search and other Googley matters. My colleague Jared Newman and IShow More Summary
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With its sights set on the many users of Apple's iOS platform and apps for it, Google has unveiled a set of tools that will allow iOS developers to send users directly to its Chrome web browser on iOS from within applications. UntilShow More Summary
The callback code opens links from third-party iOS apps in Chrome with a return button. (Click the image for full size.) (Credit: Google) Code is king at Google, and a Google-made software module for iOS released on Tuesday allows you to go from third-party app to Chrome for iOS and back again with a simple tap. Show More Summary
If you're jealous of Gmail's newfound talent of opening links directly in Chrome on iOS, Google's released some code that'll help you bake that functionality into your own apps for Apple's mobile OS. By implementing the new OpenInChromeController...Show More Summary
After giving Gmail some link support for Chrome, YouTube and Google Maps yesterday, Google is now ready to help developers integrate Chrome for iOS into their apps. Google just released some new Chrome integration tools for iOS developers that will let users open a webpage in Chrome and then come back to the app with [...]Show More Summary
Google just reminded developers that they can use Chrome as the default browser for their apps and easily switch back and forth between app and browser. With x-callback, Google says, developers can open links in Chrome and once the page has loaded, Chrome will show a link back to the original app in the top left corner of the screen. Show More Summary
Google on Tuesday underlined an interesting feature for iOS app developers looking to leverage Chrome on Apple’s platform: basic integration into the browser. Called iOS links, the addition lets users... Keep reading ?
Google's new Gmail app for iOS opens video links in YouTube, map links in Google Maps, and other URLs in Chrome.
In a move that will only widen its foothold within Apple's iOS, Google on Monday rolled out an update to its Gmail app, one that ties together Google-provided apps and services on Apple's platform more so than ever before.
The latest version of the Gmail app for iOS added a feature that opens links using other Google apps: Chrome, Google Maps and YouTube, assuming you've already installed them. It works well for Google Maps links and YouTube links, but...Show More Summary
Despite being a bitter rival of Apple, Google still makes some of the best iOS apps on the planet. One of my biggest gripes against Google’s apps though has been if you click a link inside Gmail, it opens up a Safari browser version of YouTube or Google Maps rather than opening the app directly. [...]Show More Summary
The iPhone is starting to look a little bit more like a true Google-phone. Google today released an update to its Gmail for iOS application that allows users to follow links directly to the Chrome Web browser, the YouTube application, or Google Maps, allowing them to stay within Google’s ecosystem despite Apple’s attempts to route all links...