This is pretty crazy...
For example, with one tap on a “Stream” button next to the HotelTonight app result, you’ll get a streamed version of the app, so that you can quickly and easily find what you need, and even complete a booking, just as if you were in the app itself. And if you like what you see, installing it is just a click away. This uses a new cloud-based technology that we’re currently experimenting with.
Sounds like it includes a pretty small group of apps to start, with more on the way eventually.
Full announcement here: http://insidesearch.blogspot.com/2015/11/new-ways-to-find-and-stream-app-content.html
Maybe one day we really won't need native apps and we can go back to developing software once that works on all devices. We aren't there yet, but I think we are making some good progress. Ahh the web dream.
Wifi and Bluetooth have a drop down next to them to indicate further settings but mobile network doesn't, yet when you click you get more options.
But by and for the most annoying is the GPS. Why can I only toggle this on and off? Why isn't this a drop down like Bluetooth and wifi allowing me to choose between the 3 GPS modes? On top of that I can't even see which mode is active because the label always says location.
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