The word search app Google Now has been replaced by the word search widget in Google Play, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal.
Google Play also offers the word searching app Ponder, which is a much-loved app, which can be used for searching the word “bachelor,” “bond,” and “cougar” as well as the phrase “coup,” “carnival,” and even the phrase, “piggyback.”
Ponder has been updated to support a word search function that can be launched from the app, so you can search for a particular word without having to first enter it.
Google’s updated app can also be used to browse the Play Store for content.
Google also announced today that it will be rolling out a new app called Google Now, which will bring together Google Now and Google Now Search into one app.
Google Now will let you search for specific words or phrases, including the word you’re looking for, and it will also display the search results in a more useful way.
Google will also provide a way to quickly filter search results by topics or topics by subject.