Google Instant for iOS Goes International

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    Last month, Google announced the launch of Google Instant search feature for mobile devices such as Apple's iOS 4 devices. The "results-as-you-type" feature was initially limited to the United States, with additional countries and languages scheduled to be added in the future.


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    That future has arrived, with Google today announcing that Google Instant for mobile is now available in 28 languages and 30 countries worldwide.
    Google Instant is an optional feature that users can turn off my tapping a link on Google's mobile page.

    Article Link: Google Instant for iOS Goes International
     
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    *by tapping

    not "my tapping"

    last sentence before the Article Link.
     
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    I hate instant search because of the way it takes hold of common web browser keyboard shortcuts. The mobile shouldn't suffer from that of course...
     
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    I guess a 1/25th of a second just wasn't fast enough for Google anymore. :rolleyes:
     
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    Google Instant for iOS Goes International

    That future has arrived, with Google today announcing that Google Instant for mobile is now available in 28 languages and 30 countries worldwide.
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    When we launched Google Instant for mobile in beta back in November, we announced that we would be supporting additional countries and languages, beyond just the U.S. in English. Today we’re pleased to let you know that Google Instant for mobile is now available in 28 languages and 40 countries worldwide.That future has arrived, with Google today announcing that Google Instant for mobile is now available in 28 languages and 30 countries worldwide.
    When we launched Google Instant for mobile in beta back in November, we announced that we would be supporting additional countries and languages, beyond just the U.S. in English. Today we’re pleased to let you know that Google Instant for mobile is now available in 28 languages and 40 countries worldwide.
    Google Instant is an optional feature that users can turn off my tapping a link on Google’s mobile page.
    Google Instant is an optional feature that users can turn off my tapping a link on Google’s mobile page.That future has arrived, with Google today announcing that Google Instant for mobile is now available in 28 languages and 30 countries worldwide.
    That future has arrived, with Google today announcing that Google Instant for mobile is now available in 28 languages and 30 countries worldwide.
    When we launched Google Instant for mobile in beta back in November, we announced that we would be supporting additional countries and languages, beyond just the U.S. in English. Today we’re pleased to let you know that Google Instant for mobile is now available in 28 languages and 40 countries worldwide.
    Google Instant is an optional feature that users can turn off my tapping a link on Google’s mobile page.
    When we launched Google Instant for mobile in beta back in November, we announced that we would be supporting additional countries and languages, beyond just the U.S. in English. Today we’re pleased to let you know that Google Instant for mobile is now available in 28 languages and 40 countries worldwide.
    Google Instant is an optional feature that users can turn off my tapping a link on Google’s mobile page.
     
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    you are right.
    runescape gold
     
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    I don't like it and have turned it off for all my accounts and devices.
     
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