As noted by the great guys over at MacStories, Google has today updated it’s mobile client for the iPhone to include a feature many have been salivating over. Google Goggles.
Announced earlier this year, Google Goggles is a service which allows users to search the web via pointing their phone at what they want to search. Using complicated and clever algorithms, Google Goggles displays Google search results based on what it is seeing.
Today the service is now available in Google’s official iPhone client, Google Mobile. Although as noted by some of our readers, the update many take some time to propagate to each of the App Stores. So if you don’t see it yet, it’s on it’s way!
Gallery courtesy of MacStories