Google Launches Google Go App, For Low end Devices In Nigeria and Other Countries

Google Launches Google Go App, For Low end Devices In Nigeria and Other Countries

Google has launched Google Go – An application which is designed to give you faster experience when searching the internet. It has been seen that many smartphones are low end devices and uses low memory.
In a new statement, Google said that, “There are about 30 million smartphone users and the number increases annually. Over, 73% of users still uses low memory storage or less than 1GB device and this causes hitches while searching on the internet.“
The app uses the latest version of Google’s advanced compression algorithm, using up to 40% less data to display search results. Search results are also cached on the device so you can quickly re-access previous searches, even when you’re offline, without incurring further data costs.
Moreover the Google Go app is less than 5MB in size. It employs data management and compression technology and as such uses 40% less data. you can easily search for what’s trending in your country, find an inspirational quote to post on Twitter or Instagram, look for GIFs, discover places nearby and browse videos.
You can also access all your favorite apps and websites and discover the top destinations in your country. The Google Go App is already available in 30 African countries including Nigeria.

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