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Google App Now Saves Offline Searches

For Android users, Google’s flagship app will now queue searches that users conduct offline, and then automatically run them once a Web connection is achieved. “Aimed at alleviating spotty connectivity, like on subways, searches that failed to run will now be saved,” 9To5Google reports. “Mobile networks can sometimes be inconsistent or spotty, which means that even if you have a connection when you start your search, it might fail before you get your results back.”

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