The new version of Google Mobile App for iPhone has been approved and is now available on in the App Store everywhere.

Users can use voice command as search arguments. The search results display will show more results at once and, more importantly, opens web pages from the results within the app. This will get you to what you need faster.

If you’re on a faster iPhone, like the iPhone 3GS, you may want to try the live waveform setting which turns on, as the name suggests, a moving waveform when you search by voice.

English speaking users can now choose your spoken language or accent. For example, if you’re Australian but live in London, you can improve the recognition accuracy by selecting Australian in the Voice Search settings. And now both Mandarin and Japanese are supported languages as well.

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Available in the App Store

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