Google Gesture Search Apk

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Gesture Search lets you quickly access contacts, applications, settings, music and bookmarks on your Android device by drawing letters or numbers. It continuously refines search results as you add each gesture, and becomes better as it learns from your search history.

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  • 2.1.5
  • Android 2.1 - Eclair (SDK: 7)
  • March 7, 2016
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  • 2.1.5
  • Android 2.1 - Eclair (SDK: 7)
  • January 10, 2016
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10 recent comments of Google Gesture Search APK

A Google User

It's begging for more functionality and an update. Give this app features. There is a bug crashing when the phone is updating. Fantastic app that beats any other application in terms of searching for contacts quickly. If you could isolate into groups or add more features it could be an application and that cannot be mimicked on any other platform. Using with Nova Launcher and with one swipe of a finger you could launch it and have it ready to search.

B Russell

It's my portal to absolutely everything on my phone -- apps, settings, contacts, browser bookmarks, my media. I don't need to know where anything is or remember where I put a shortcut. In usually two or three strokes I call up what I need. It's a lot like Quicklook on Mac - find and execute anything in about two seconds. I love this app, a best kept secret. It changed the way I use my phone. I've used it for years! It works really well (on MotoX at least).

Joe Nedumgottil

This is the best dialer app on any platform. You can't dial a random contact faster with any other app; no other dialer works so well for one finger either. However, the app continuously crashes in the background on my Nexus 6p. I think a little ui update would be nice for something that hasn't changed in years either.

SagaR Hanchate

Just one suggestion. Can you add an option for users to set an priority on the content that is displayed in the search result. Like for me the result from contact list would be at least priority… but still I would need it to be displayed. But right now i have disabled them as they come over the apps result

David Mayer

Most other apps of this kind require the user to define gestures for each app. The distinguishing feature of this app is that it recognises letters of the alphabet out of the box and so no user-defined gestures are needed. The only downside for me is that there is no list of recent/most used apps. The screen has space for this and it would save some time when launching the most frequently used apps.

Bert S

Issue with Marshmallow??? I've noted over the past few days since my Galaxy S5 was upgraded to Marshmallow from Lollipop on Friday that even though I'm not actively using this app it is one of the top 4 in consuming my battery. On Sunday it was actually the biggest battery user and was 16% when Android OS and Android System were each about 9%. While I've used this application for years, and found it handy to locate contacts and media on my phone, I'll probably uninstall it due to the impact on battery life. Hopefully it gets fixed.

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