Google is testing a lighter version of Search for emerging markets

Randall Craig
August 18, 2017

The latest is called Search Lite and offers a lighter, more focused version of the main Google Search experience.

Google might soon release a data-friendly version of its search app for mobile.

Google's Search app on Android has been more than just a native interface for the company's flagship product for years now - opening it instantly provides you with info about traffic, weather, as well as whatever interests its algorithms have detected.

It is important to note that the app is still marked as "experimental", so these features are subject to change. Through the settings users can restrict the results and to have access to lite web pages. Users will now be able to search for content by simply typing or speaking, thanks to the translate feature.

For everyone else, the Google Search Lite app is definitely a dream come true especially for those people in India.

If this app appeals to you, then you can give it a try right now by downloading the APK file from APK Mirror.

Other users who may be knowledgeable about the subject matter may also contribute and share what they know. Maybe Google is taking a step forward and it could be possible to check out more lite apps from the California-based company.

If you want to test the app out for yourself, you can find the APK file over at APK Mirror here - it's said to be working in English if you choose the "Bahasa Indonesia" language option. In contrast, the regular Search app does not show a grid of these icons and instead begins to show a stream of rich multimedia experience for users once they type something on the search bar.

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