Google Search Lite App Being Tested for Countries With Slow Internet Speeds [Download APK]
Google has been one of the biggest names when it comes to the world of internet based technology. The company started off as a search engine, and continues to enhance and improve this service. The latest update from Google comes specifically for countries which have slower internet speeds, as Google has now introduced a Google Search Lite app, which is currently under testing.
The app allows the users to perform basic search features while consuming a very small amount of data compared to the regular Google search. The Google Search Lite app also comes with some offline functions. The app has been built for nations such as Indonesia, India and other countries in the which are known to have a spotty internet connection. As of now the app is not visible in regions other than Indonesia, however you can download it using the APK file, following the steps mentioned below:
How to Install the Google Search Lite APK?
- First, download the Google Search Lite APK on your phone. (Click here to download)
- In order to install it, you would need to change your settings.
- Go to Settings > Security
- Over there you would see an option under ‘Device Administration’ called ‘Unknown Sources’ – enable it.
- Now open the APK file and it would install automatically
After you are done installing the app, you would be asked to choose the language. Following that the Google Search Lite app takes you to the main screen where you can perform a number of tasks such as Google Search, Image Search, News, Weather information, Nearby and a lot more. The app is not only light on the data, but also lighter on the RAM and storage.
The introduction of Google Search Lite is a good step from Google, as it shows the company’s commitment towards regions where the internet speeds are not so fast. Users can easily make use of Google’s services even in these areas thanks to this app! Do try it out and let us know if you like the app. Remember, it is only in an experimental, testing phase as of now. Do let us know your experience in the comments below!