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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Use Google Search App

Nowadays, many activities that we can do by using an internet connection, one of which is to browse the website to gain certain information. To anticipate this need , this time almost all existing smartphones including the Samsung Galaxy SIII have included the browser application as one of the pre-installed apps.

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High demand from the users to use the internet to browse websites or to obtain the necessary information triggered website growth rapidly. Due to this reason, the existence of search engines is very important thing to support user's browsing activity . Today, the most popular ones is the Google search engine . The good news, you can find the Google search app as one of pre-installed apps inside the Samsung Galaxy SIII.

How to make a text or voice search using Google search app ?
In addition to use the Browser app to access Google search engine page, you can also use Google search app to perform a search, either text or voice search. Here are the steps to do so :
Text search
  1. Tap the Google search bar on the Home screen to start a text search.
  2. Enter the search term or keyword then tap the Search icon or tap the matching search result appears under the search bar to start searching.
  3. The search result are now displayed on the screen.
  4. Tap the desired link to open the website.

Voice search
  1. Tap the Microphone icon to start voice search.
  2. When the "Speak now" appears on the screen, then you can begin to speak the search terms or keyword. If the voice search is timed out, tap the Microphone icon to try another search.
  3. The search result are now displayed on the screen.
  4. Tap the desired link to open the website.

By knowing how to use the Google app , at least now you have an alternative way to search other than by accessing Google search engine pages via the Browser app. Well, Hope this helps :)


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