Google is adding a new feature to its namesake app - a search mode named In Apps. This new mode can look into apps on your phone and find stuff like contacts, songs and notes.
The scope of the In Apps search results is so far limited to apps like Gmail, Spotify and YouTube, but in the future the list of supported apps will include Facebook Mesenger, LinkedIn, and Google Keep, among others. The whole thing works entirely on your phone, so it's accessible offline without Wi-Fi or data connection.
While the feature will be available on most current Android phones, on the LG V20 it will come with a twist. For starters, LG's soon-to-be-announced phablet will be the first phone to have a dedicated homescreen shortcut to the In Apps results - others will need to open the Google app and switch to the respective tab. On top of that, the V20 will also get a shortcut in its Second Screen - the ticker portion of the phone's display.
I thought my phone can already do this via the official Google app?
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Been on Samsung S Finder for years. It's a great feature.