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Google testing new Search Lite app for countries with slow networks

Google testing new Search Lite app for countries with slow networks

PanARMENIAN.Net - Google recently showed ads on Facebook in Indonesia inviting users to test a new app. Those who saw the ad and signed up have started receiving a link to try an experimental new search app from Google called Search Lite or, technically, Search (Test App) which looks targeted at the Indonesian — and maybe Indian — market, Android Police reports.

Following the trend of all "lite" apps being released lately, Search Lite aims to make things faster and more data-friendly for some markets by working on slow connections, supporting offline features, using less data and thus taking much less time to finish tasks.

Apart from those distinctions, the Search Lite app tries to make everything easier to get to. You can change between a couple of languages by swiping the main app's page sideways, and you get several icons for quick access to some features beside search, like news, translation, weather, cricket scores, recipes, movies, songs, and more. Of course you can personalize those and remove the ones you don't care about.

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