Inside the app, users can switch through languages by swiping the main app’s page sideways. The screenshots show Hindi as one of the languages, strongly indicating its arrival in India. There are certain shortcuts to features as well like news, translation, weather, cricket scores, recipes, movies, songs, among others. Users have the option to customise them.
Furthermore, Google Search Lite is being said to support voice and text-based searches as well. What’s interesting is that the search bar is placed at the bottom of the screen instead of on the top, making it easier to access.
To save more data, the app gives users the access to cage the search results to lite web pages only and open them inside the app’s own browser instead of an external browser. We are yet to see an official announcement of the app by Google.
For those unaware, Google a few days back added shortcuts on Android to make it easier for users to get relevant information quickly. “Starting today in English in India, users will experience tappable shortcuts on the Google app for Android, providing users easy access to great tools and the ability to explore deeper within various topics,” said the company in an official release.