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Google releases three widgets

updated 10:55 am EST, Fri February 24, 2006

Google unveils widgets

For the most part, Google in the recent past has left Mac users to fend for themselves by releasing very few applications which support Apple's operating system. Now the company has offered good news for Mac users everywhere via its official blog, unveiling three new widgets for Mac OS X 10.4 or later: "the Blogger widget enables quick and easy posting to your blog. Checking your Gmail inbox becomes a matter of pressing F12 with the Gmail widget. And the Search History widget allows you find that website you saw last week while searching Google."




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  1. siMac

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    wow, thanks google!

    These more than make up for not having Picasa or a (non-crippled) Google Talk. Brilliant.

  1. pik0

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Awesome!!

    Google once again, never ceases to amaze! This will make interfacing to Blogger a snap!! :P

    Piko http://www.HawaiianConcertGuide.com

  1. DelGaudio

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    No Post Title?

    This Widget is great but I don't see a way to enter a Tile? I can add entries but can't title them? Anybody else think that's kinda weird?

  1. grobbins

    Joined: Dec 1969

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