Google has created an iPhone App, that will let you search via voice on the iPhone.
The application will be free, and users of the iPhone App will be able to talk into the iPhone mic and ask it questions, for example ‘Where is the nearest Apple store?’, the information is then sent down the iPhone and translated by Google’s servers.
Within seconds, the search results will be displayed on your iPhone, and you will also receive localised search results which will be determined by the location features built into the iPhone.
The App is expected to be available from the iPhone App store today, it will be interesting to see how well it works, it certainly sounds very impressive.
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