As our smartphones start coming with larger capacities, we start storing more stuff on them. Between music, apps, email, videos, messages, and everything else, it can be quite difficult to remember where your stuff is.
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That’s why Google rolled out a new feature called In Apps that lets you search in — you guessed it — apps. Basically, this means that instead of just searching for an app itself, you can search that app’s contents.To use the feature, you just need to tap the In Apps button from the Google app. For there, just type in what you want, and it will find it. So, if you want to search for a song, simply type the name of it, and it’ll search Spotify for that song.
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For the time being, the available apps are limited, with Gmail, Spotify and YouTube supported. Soon, though, Google plans to add Facebook Messenger, LinkedIn, Evernote, Glide, Todoist, and Google Keep.
Have you tried this new feature on your phone? Did you find it useful? Let us know in the comments!
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