Launched last month only in the US, Google Instant for mobile (Android and iPhone) is now available in 40 countries around the world, supporting 28 languages – though Google doesn’t say which ones exactly.
You need to have a device running iOS4 or Android 2.2 (or newer) to use it – just go to google.com on your handset’s browser and tap the Google Instant link to enable the feature.
In other Google news, Gmail for Android has just been updated. It now lets you “see important messages in a new Priority Inbox view.” Moreover, enhancements related to composing messages are included – while composing responses, you can now quickly switch between reply, reply all, and forward.
More info about the latest version of Gmail for Android (which works with 2.2 Froyo) can be found at the Google Mobile blog.
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