If you’re running Android 1.6 and were drooling over Google’s Gesture Search that was announced about two weeks back, you’re in for a treat, as Google has just officially announced support for Google Gesture Search on Android 1.6. Google Gesture Search allows you to search for an item by just drawing alphabet gestures on the screen, allowing it to locate a contact, bookmark, application or music track easily. It can now be downloaded in all countries where the Android Market is available, though it still only recognizes the English alphabet. Aside from support for Android 1.6, the updated version also includes some improvements to performance and bug fixes, so it’d probably be worth your time to upgrade your current version. Too bad it seems that Android 1.5 users are still being left behind.
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