Search Pretty Much Everything with All in One

Magma Mobile is no stranger to Android development and their latest app wants to simplify searching for pretty much anything.  All in One is an application that uses Google API’s to deliver a wide array of search content within the app rather than heading over to the browser.  Right now, All in One can search a variety of Google products including books and the Android Market, as well as Twitter and Wikipedia.  The application has a huge list of language options as well as a dedicated area to save searches, retrieve top headlines and view your history.

Has anyone used All in One for searching? If so, what are your thoughts? Let us know in the comments!

Thanks for the tip, Etienne!

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  1. yohan
    July 08, 07:26 Reply

    thanks for the information :)

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