Looking for mobile apps? Google now includes an 'Applications' category in its left-hand column that filters results from online app stores. There's no option yet to just pick a specific platform (like iOS or Android), but it's a start. (As with most Google rollouts, it will take a while to hit every local site, but it's up now on the main Google.com site.) [via Google Operating System]
Google Now Lets You Search For Mobile Apps
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