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Tuesday, 26 February 2008 12:58

Google launches S60 search client

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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Free for download

 

Google has recently posted new S60 application on their mobile-device website. This application adds a Google search-box shortcut on mobile devices based on the S60 OS. In order for this app to run it’s important to have a control button or edit pen.

You can download this app from Google’s mobile-device Webpage and install it on your phone. Of course, you have to have your mobile pet running on the Symbian S60 operative system. Once you install it, you simply type in a word in the search box and the app will automatically take you online, search the database and show you the results.

This software is free and available for download.

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