The Google app keeps you in the know about the things you care about. Find quick answers, explore your interests, and get a feed of stories and updates on topics that matter to you. The more you use the Google app, the better it gets.
Search and browse:
• Nearby shops and restaurants
• Live sports scores and schedules
• Movies times, casts, and reviews
• Videos and images
• News, stock information, and more
• Anything you’d find on the web
Get personalized updates in your Google feed:
• Stay in the know about topics that interest you
• Start your morning with weather and top news
• Get real time updates on sports, movies, and events
• Know as soon as your favorite artists drop new albums
• Get stories about your interests and hobbies
• Follow interesting topics, right from Search results
More ways to access Google:
• iMessage extension — Search and share restaurants, GIFs, and more, without leaving your conversation.
• Search Google extension — While browsing in Safari, you can share a web page with Google to see suggestions for related content—no need to type anything new in the search box. Tap on the Search Google icon from Safari’s share menu to get started.
• Gboard — access Google Search, right from your keyboard. Gboard is a keyboard that lets you search and send information, GIFs, emoji, and more—right from your keyboard, in any app. Tap “Gboard” in your app settings to get started.
• Trending on Google widget — find out what’s trending in your area with our Trending on Google widget. Use 3D Touch on the app icon to add the widget
• 3D Touch — 3D touch the app icon for quick shortcuts, or use 3D touch in the app to get previews for search results.
• Search by Voice - Say “Ok Google” to search for anything, hands-free.
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Ratings and Reviews
LIFE WITHOUT GOOGLE, I DON’T THINK SO!
Over the years, we’ve all heard someone say, “how did we survive before cellphones were invented”? Standard, cocky, replies (mainly from the older generation) included, “ we had phone booths, pay phones, cordless and wall phones, or for anyone over the age of 50, street lights, no calls necessary, when they came on, you went home! As you may have guessed, I AM over the age of fifty, and I now find myself asking, “how did I ever survive childhood, school, marriage, parenting, grandparenting, and life in general without GOOGLE?” Well, like the older generation I mentioned earlier, I have several obvious, cocky, replies, note to self. Dictionaries, encyclopedias, school, and self described, knowledgeable people. With that being said, I, am at the starting line, wearing my knee socks and Keds, trying to shake the lyrics, I’ll Be There, by The Jackson Five from my brain, able but not willing, to join team AARP, a.k.a, the older generation. Which, finally brings me to the point! Screw the dictionaries and encyclopedias, I’m getting too old to read that fine print, GOOGLE enlarges! I won’t go back to school, I hate all the clicks, just one tap on GOOGLE and I’m in! Last but not least, I just don’t have the time like I used to,(I’m old as dirt) to listen to all that useless “knowledge”, thanks to GOOGLE, mute is only a push away! I hope this review was helpful!
P.S. GOOGLE, is there a senior citizen discount for the Lollapalooza festival?
I have been using google since before its release, when I was going to school in Las Vegas (elementary) we had a field trip in which the university essentially used us as Guinnea pigs for the brand new search engine. I was hooked. Fast forward to 2017 and I feel like google IS the establishment now, not a cool meme for millennials to access information or “google”. I swear my search results are TOO politically correct, when I type in a very specific view point to look for articles that I WANT to read google will instead offer me articles from liberal sources like msn and nyt which is very suspect. So I started blocking those sites on my app, a cool feature but it just refers me to more garbage. If for example I want to read reports that are contradictory to mainstream opinion I will instead get reports that ARE mainstream opinion and that infuriated me. I want to be challenged not spoon fed information. I want to search the darkest corners of the web for my research, and I can’t do that with google. Google is only handy for my college projects at this point which is ironic because they tell us specifically not to use google. Maybe I should listen and try an underground search engine. It’s great for finding the nearest Pizza Hut though then again, I also have an app to save contacts, so google only really has one temporary usage for me, to search for numbers. Not good
Friend or foe
I think it takes a force like Google to transform our quality (earthlings) of life
for the benefit of its constituency (you know who you are, constituency.. in any way at a level of such magnitude. Having said that, it has taken the loyalty of the masses to propelGOOGLE’S meteoric rise thus far. Loyalty goes both ways. And big data is an entity unto itself answerable to itself, and cannot be trusted blindly. But it’s rarely all or nothing, and there is tangible evidence that Google is a force for good as far as the eye can see. But sometimes we are shown only what we want to reveal. Light has already destroyed
the destructive endgame of the darkness I equate with evil. I’m glad I’m not a professional journalist, because we are all prone to error at times, and I would not want to let my fear of retaliation slow me down, and I have no need to prove the truth, however It may present itself. The truth needs no Defense. A new heavens and new earth. Time to shift our focus and let go of our differences and make a difference in someone else’s life besides our own self interest driving us. Every tree shall be known by its fruit.. so far as I can see, Google is effecting positive change in all of our lives either directly or indirectly. So far so good, Google..
Jan 1st 2018
- Google, Inc.
- 291.6 MB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, Arabic, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese
- Age Rating
- You must be at least 17 years old to download this app.
- Unrestricted Web Access
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
- © 2018 Google Inc.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.