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Video: Google Rolls Out Google Go On Android



World’s leading tech giant Google has launched its Google Go services to all Android users worldwide. The service was only being offered to Android Go users in select countries.

Google calls it lightweight and at just a little more than 7MB, it truly is a tiny little helper.

Google Go was first released in 2017, is essentially a compact, but powered-up, search engine. It was Initially designed for people less familiar with navigating the internet, its small size and stripped-back features are useful for phones with less storage and data or for people living in areas with a dodgy internet connection. According to Google, the app will save up to 40 percent of device data.

It also has all the features of the Google Lens, with real-time translating, voice-activated searching as well as making Google read the text out loud.

Google Go was initially being marketed only in countries with spotty connection but Google has now released it worldwide. Considering how inconsistent the internet can even be in Australia, we’re here for it.

“We know that people everywhere can sometimes struggle with spotty connections, phone storage, and reading or translating text,” Google’s blog read.

Google Go: A lighter, faster way to search via @YouTube

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