A day after its acquisition of Google India, Alphabet has started to take full advantage of its search engine to bring its Android-based products to markets where they would be the best.
In a major coup, the Indian startup has launched its Google search app, Google Search, on Wednesday.
It offers a comprehensive and useful interface for users to search through its vast library of relevant and relevant-looking news and other articles.
The new app, launched by Alphabet in collaboration with Google’s India unit, will be rolled out to other countries soon, with plans to roll out to the United States, Europe, Australia and New Zealand in the next three months, according to Google.
Google India’s new app is now available on Google Play and Amazon’s Appstore.
The Google app offers a wide variety of services including news, maps, videos, sports, weather, weather-related videos, photos, and a number of others.
The app also offers a video chat feature.
In addition, users can find relevant and related articles from Google.
“Our focus is to build an ecosystem of search engines that will empower India’s consumers, especially those who have access to the internet at home, to search in a way that gives them an edge in the marketplace,” said Arvind Kumar, head of search at Alphabet.
Alphabet has a $1.8 billion stake in Google India and a $3.1 billion stake from other Google affiliates.
Alphabet owns a 40% stake in a subsidiary of Google called Alphabet, Inc. that runs the Google search engine.
Google’s search app was launched in India on July 12, 2017, and has more than 25 million users in the country, including some 1.3 billion users in India, according the company.
The company plans to launch its search app in other countries over the coming months, with a goal to offer it to as many users as possible.
“We are very excited about the app, and are already looking at other partners for the platform in the near future,” Amit Agarwal, chief executive officer of Google said in a statement.
“We have a number on the horizon with other Indian companies and are now in talks with others in the U.S., Europe and Australia, to make sure the app works for our customers in the future.”