Google Launches Gesture Search For Droid and Android 2.0 Phones

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Gesture Search from Google Labs lets you search your Android-powered device by drawing alphabet gestures on the touch screen. It allows you to quickly find a contact, a bookmark, an application, or a music track from hundreds or thousands of items, all in one place. It is fast and fun to use.

We played around with this a bit. T came up with everything starting with T. All my T contacts, Twitter ,Twoid, Google Talk, Tiger Woods Camera, etc.

Once you have what you want, Be it a App or contact users can call it use it with ease. For the short period of time I used this I was impressed. It found everything I searched for.

Droid Users can search for and download the Gesture Search App in the Android Market, Or Use the Bar Code Scanner App.
1. Open 'Barcode Scanner'
(available from Android Market).
2. Point your phone camera at the screen,
and scan the QR code above.
3. Follow the onscreen installation directions.

If a target item is not shown just keep writing and search resuly are always updating, refined as you ad each letter. You can wipe off one letter or cleaned the entire screen and start over.
Draw directly on top of search results to ad letters and refine search further.

Google seems to think this app will relieve stress. I created home screen short cut during setup. This enables the user to search there phone even faster.

The Gesture Search App is sure to be a hit.

Gesture Search currently supports English and requires Android 2.0 or above.


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