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To Read the article fully: Google Instant Coming Natively To Browsers “In The Next Few Months”
Today at the Google Search event in San Francisco, the search giant unveiled Instant, a huge new feature that allows users to search in real time (without hitting the search button). It looks to be an awesome product that will save users a lot of aggregate time. But that’s on Google.com. I rarely use Google.com anymore. I want it in the Chrome Omnibox.

That’s coming soon, Google’s Marissa Mayer promised. “Sometime in the next few months this is something that will be activated in the browsers,” she said. She didn’t elaborate, but obviously, you can imagine this coming to builds of Chrome (which Google makes) first. And it wouldn’t be surprising to see this in Chromium (the open source version of Chrome) pretty soon.



  

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