Saturday 6 October 2012

Gesture Search for Android gets support for more languages

Google Gesture search for Android has been updated with support for 10 more languages.

Google has released a new update for its Gesture Search application for the Android based devices. The update brings an improved user interface for the Gesture Search app which now works on the Nexus 7 tablet as well. Basically you can search on the Android phone or Tablet by simply drawing pre-defined gestures on the touchscreen. You could look for particular contacts or even search for the applications.

Google Gesture Search is meant for the users who wish to save time by quickly getting the information required from the Android based smartphone or tablet. The new Gesture Search app update now extends the support to Nexus 7 tablet amongst several other devices. Google developers have also added support for ten new languages along with Romanization of letters.

The actions for accessing Contacts are now customisable for specific purpose - Call or Message. The app is capable enough to deal with large data sets that also include Contacts without phone numbers.

The Gesture Search app gets an overall UI improvement and number of fixes under the hood. Get the Gesture Search App update from the Google Play store.

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