Poor internet connection often leads to inconvenience while searching important information. Now new google app for Android offers offline search to deal with this inconvenience. Users can search what ever they want while they are offline. This new update will be helpful for users in areas where there is an issue of internet connectivity. Often people lose their data while they are travelling or due to poor connection. According to Google blog, “whether you are a commuter reading the news with spotty network, a farmer looking for crop prices with no service in the fields, or just driving through a tunnel, all is not lost when your search is interrupted by a bad connection. Now on the Google app for Android, even if your search fails, Google will deliver you results as soon as a connection is available-so you can keep searching with a single tap.”
if someone is searching something and the connection lost then Google will save the work and will show it again when the user come online. From this app you can also queue up your search. on Google blog post it is stated that, “feel free to queue up your searches, put your phones away and carry on with your day. The Google app will work behind the scenes to detect when a connection is available again and deliver your search results once completed.” What the users will have to do they just have to search about any topic they want offline and Google will notify the user later. Currently this feature is only for Android users. So it is quite a doubt if or not Google will make a feature for iOS.
For the countries like Pakistan where spotty networks ( bad mobile networks) and other poor internet connections are big issue. This Google app is nothing more then a time saver. And the foremost benefit is that this will not effect the battery life or data charges so users do not have to be worry about it.
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