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From this home screen you can see the text, voice, and Google Goggles search icons, as well as a help icon at the top and a way to sign in.
To get more specific about search returns, you can swipe right with your finger, which brings up this vertical toolbar.
Here I chose to look at images pertaining to my search criteria, which was hamburgers (hey, I'm hungry).
News brings up news with the search criteria highlighted.
As expected, it's easy to find the closest open restaurants serving yummy hamburgers with this app.
The updates button provides recent Tweets and FaceBook comments about your search criteria.
Want to find blogs about your search topic? Just tap the Blog button.
Here I'm taking a picture of a soda can to see what it brings up...
And I get an indication that it knows that the image was a Sprite can.
Google Goggles knew this was a bar code, but couldn't tell me what the product was or where to buy it. FAIL!
The apps button gives you access to all of these Google apps with a tap.
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