Google Releases iPhone Web App

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Google on Wednesday announced the release of a new interface to enable iPhone users to navigate Google's various services through a unified interface.

When iPhone users visit the Google site using the Safari browser on their iPhone, they'll find a navigation bar that lets them switch between Google Search, Gmail, Calendar, Reader and other services.

Google says they're using browser technologies like Asynchronous Javascript and XML (AJAX) to accomplish the feat. iPhone users are redirected to a different URL -- -- when they first visit the site. Users can opt for the new interface or for the "classic" view using a hyperlink on the home page.

This story, "Google Releases iPhone Web App" was originally published by Macworld.

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