Google has announced new improvements to its suite of web applications for the iPhone and iPod touch, including Search, Gmail, Calendar, Reader, and more. The updated apps offer an improved user interface that Google says is “easier to activate, navigate and use via a touch-screen.” Other improvements include the ability to customize the applications that appear on the Google.com menu bar, speed improvements for Gmail and Calendar, and the ability to access iGoogle gadgets on the iPhone. To take advantage of the new improvements, simply browse to www.google.com from an iPhone or iPod touch.
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