BlackBerry owners who frequently use the Messages and Contacts apps preinstalled on their smartphones should be happy to find out that there’s a new version of Google Mobile App for BlackBerry – which helps you search (by type or voice) through your emails and contacts and quickly find the desired results.
The email and contacts search is made via the same search box through which you search the Web. You can disable the contact and emails search in case you don’t need it – just go to the options screen.
Note that searching contacts works only on smartphones with BlackBerry OS 4.2 or higher, while searching emails works on smartphones with BlackBerry OS 4.5 or higher.
Google Mobile Apps for BlackBerry now also allows you to use your device’s Wi-Fi connection to access the Web. Moreover, the application lets you quickly call, send email or SMS to someone, just by “typing the first few letters of your contact’s first or last name, and then pressing the corresponding button.”
If you don’t have Google Mobile App on your BlackBerry handset, you can get it from m.google.com.
Via the Google Mobile Blog
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