iPhone users 'set to benefit from enhanced Google'
12 February 2010 — 11:36 AM
Google has revealed that it aims to enhance its search function on mobile phones using Android-powered operating systems and the Apple iPhone.
It promises that users will see changes to the look of the buttons and toolbars on the site that will be already be familiar to those who use its Mobile Gmail, Calendar, Latitude and Tasks.
The website said: "As with these Google apps, the colour contrast of the style now adds more focus to the search results of the page and the header controls are bigger to make them easier to touch."
It adds that the Google logo has been relocated to the top of the search results page, which has allowed it to increase the height and width of the search box, making it easier to touch.
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