Posted November 5, 2010 8:24 am by with 1 comment

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While Google is trying to get into your wallet all the time it now has added its latest search ‘improvement’ to its mobile offering so you can have that with you as well.

Google Instant for the desktop was rolled out in September to much fanfare. It’s mobile cousin is being rolled out as a beta and can be used on iPhones or Android 2.2 phones by turning it on on the Google home page.

Here is a video for you to see Google’s presentation.

As for me, it seemed a little clunky but the beta label can keep Google off the hook there. Even with the larger screen size of a Droid X you really only see the first result changing as you type on the virtual keyboard. Testing it on a keyboard driven Droid2 yielded the same results.

Usually I am slow on the uptake with the application of things like this and I suspect this is just another one I will have to get used to. Fortunately Google makes it easy to turn on and off which is nice of them.

So is Google Instant just what your mobile experience needed or is it just another thing to consider?

  • i am not happy with the Google instant on my iphone and will not be using it.