http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hhgfz0zPmH4&feature=player_embedded This thing looks pretty amazing. I think this app alone covers what 30% of dinky iPhone apps try to accomplish all in one. I only wish I had something like this on my iPhone. It would reduce the need for a bunch of Apps I have and simply make my life easier. They floored everyone with their free nav app and then told us that they'll be bringing it to the iPhone, but now with Goggles there's no mention of the iPhone. This seems like the first radical step google is taking to really differentiate itself from the iPhone and offer something a lot better than what the competition offers. More and more I feel my love affair with Apple ending as Google becomes more and more attractive. I've stopped using mail.app for Gmail through fluid, stopped using iCal in favor of google calendar, contacts instead of address book... and I'm consistently impressed with what google is doing with Android. I've even started using m.gmail.com on my iPhone instead of mail.app because its so much faster, reliable, and feature packed. I'm not planning on upgrading my iPhone until this summer when the new one comes out (still rocking the OG first gen). If Google manages to bring out an Android phone that tops the Droid and is offered on AT&T (basically looking for an Andoird phone with a comparable media player to the iPod app), I'm sold. Google's taking Apple's old philosophy of keeping things simple and easy and really running with it. Interesting to see where they'll go next.