Google has been promising users for years the ability to search for information within apps. But he was never able to fulfill that promise until today.
Thanks to this, users will be able to search for applications from the native Google application, something highly anticipated by the Android public.
All of this leads us to the fact that we can search from the Google app for information within the apps of our phone, that is, find people in your contact list, messages from Messenger, Hangouts or Gmail, music on Spotify, videos on YouTube or notes in Google Keep.
On the other hand there will be applications with which we cannot interact through this method immediately, Google says that these changes will come shortly and the applications that are involved are: Facebook Messenger, LinkedIn, Evernote, Glide TodoIst.
So YouTube, Spotify, Calendar and Google apps will be available from the start.
The first smartphone that will have these new features is the LG V20, as it will also be the first to haveAndroid 7.0 Nougat, curiously before the Nexus.
So in a few months the terminals that have Android 7.0 Nougat will be able to enjoy the highly anticipated search within of apps, something that will undoubtedly be a great gift for Android lovers.
We have always wanted to search for something on YouTube without having to enter YouTube or directly search for a message and not scroll up or down the screen to find the exact moment.
In a few months there will be a large list of devices already with Android 7.0 Nougat and its great news.
What do you think that Google has finally decided to bring the search within the apps? And you, do you have a terminal with Android 7.0 Nougat?