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Most of the content we’re looking for in our smartphone is in mobile applications, the Google engineers have tried to bring this information to the surface by indexing applications in the search engine.

Google launches new search mode called “In Apps”, which will allow you to search within mobile apps for things like contacts, messages, music, videos, notes and more.

At the moment, “In Apps” search only works with Gmail, Spotify and YouTube, but Google says it will work with Facebook Messenger, LinkedIn, Evernote, Glide, Todoist, and Google Keep in coming months.

Unlike Google searches which are performed on remote servers, search “In Apps” takes place entirely in your phone, the company said. This means that your personal information will not be sent to Google, and you can perform searches even when you’re offline.

You can also choose which applications to appear in the search result by going to Settings Google app.

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