Google brings its Android material design features to iOS Search app

Now iOS users will not have to wait for material design feature in iPhones as Google has introduced its iOS Search app with Material Design as per the announcement by Google on Friday.

Google Search app in iOS will have the features and material design that recently came to Android with the launch of the new Android Lollipop OS. Google on Friday said in a statement that

Think of it as our early holiday gift to you, today we’re releasing the rebuilt Google app for iOS. It’s ready for download in the App Store and will help you multitask more merrily this season.

Google Search for iOS is updated with some useful new features which would help you to access Maps more easily ,to keep track of recently visited pages and much more. When users search for a location they can see a map at the top of the search results screen that you can tap on to open in an expanded view which was missing from the Google Search app on iOS earlier.

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Now Users Google Maps can be accessed directly within the app rather than starting a search only to be redirected to the Google Maps app. With all this good news unfortunately It will be only iPhone, and iPad users who can access Street View feature within the Google app.

Google has made the app easier to use with the addition to the visual revamp. When Users want to see his search history the previous version of the app required you to tap and swipe between screens. It wasn’t all that insightful to map read through, even when you managed to locate your history. Similarly When browsing through images on Google map results will be shown in a full-screen mode and will be presented in a mosaic-styled look for not cramp up experience of users.

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