Google makes it easier to search from the comforts of iMessage

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    And within the Google app itself on iPad, you can drag a link, image or text into iMessage or the Notes app for safe keeping. Cool. In other iOS love, if you’re a Safari fan, now when you share a website using the Google dialog option, you’ll be presented with other items related to the URL at hand.

    View the original article: https://www.engadget.com/2018/03/05/google-imessage-gif-search/

    The iMessage tools are only available in the US at the moment, which is a little inconvenient. The Giphy extension is hit-or-miss and Apple’s own GIF search is stringent in terms of results, so hopefully a global roll-out is imminent. As TechCrunch notes, some of these new features have existed within the Google app for a bit before moving to iMessage.

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