Google launches "In Apps" : LG V20
Search giant Google launches “In Apps” for Android phones : LG V20 smartphone to be the first

Google users now have a fresh way to search for information in their smartphones. The search giant has launched ‘In Apps’ search mode for all Android smartphones. ‘In Apps’, the new feature in Android phones enables users to quickly find content from the installed apps.

In Apps Search: What can you do with this new search mode?

In order to access the feature, one has to go to the Google app on an Android phone and find the In Apps tab. The brilliant bit of the ‘In Apps’ is that it works even when the user is not connected to Wi-Fi or cellular data.

Here are some examples Google shares on its blog:

# Find your contacts and messages: Find the friend you want to catch up with, or the name of the new Sushi place that your friend told you about last month.

# Listen to your favourite running song or watch that sneezing panda video for the 15th time — all in one place.

*#Stay organized with your tasks and notes.

Recently, the ‘In Apps’ feature was disclosed by tipster @eveleaks in an image of the upcoming smartphone LG V20. Now both Google and LG have established that LG V20 will be the first smartphone to have this feature in itself. LG V20 smartphone users will have the benefit of accessing ‘In Apps mode’ right away through the dedicated shortcut on the home screen.

LG V20 launch in September: Latest Android OS version – Nougat

LG V20 will be introduced on September 6 at an event in San Francisco. The smartphone is the first non-Nexus device to be launched with Google’s latest Android OS version – Nougat. V20 is expected to launch in India too in September.

The V20 is rumored to come with a dual-camera setup at the rear. A picture was posted by the manufacturer on its official Instagram a while ago. The picture is claimed to have been clicked with the V20, and the images show the detailed camera information as well.

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