Google Gesture Search
1,000,000 - 5,000,000 downloads
- Good screentouch response
- Ease of use
- Fast search
- It simplifies your life, but it's not indispensable
Gesture Search allows you to search in the blink of an eye
Are you still tapping three times to find an app? Are you scrolling down and down and down to get to the contact you want to call? These kind of problems are over with Gesture Search.
Gesture Search lets you quickly find a contact, bookmark, app or music track. How does it do that? Once you've installed it, the only thing you have to do is launch the app and draw with your finger the letter that contains the app/contact/bookmark/track you're looking for. It will appear the list of resources that contains that letter. For a more specific search add more letter to your search. That easy. Navigate through your Android faster than ever.
Gesture Search is one of the starred apps developed by Google Inc., the official Android Market provider, and the responsible of other indispensable Android apps as Google Books, Google Earth, Gmail or Blogger.
New in 2.1.2:
Searching multilingual contents by drawing native characters for 40+ languages. Transliteration is supported for all these languages. Pinyin initials are also allowed for Chinese. More bugs fixed (including the crash during indexing and incompatibility with Froyo introduced in the previous version).
Drawing letters or numbers can easily access any type of applications installed in the mobile.
Makes my phone much easier to use
but would be even better if there's a widget one could attach to a home screen. just saying.
The only way to work with a smartphone while driving.