Mobile email and Twitter search is essentially broken. It is there, occasionally even via the cloud, but it has not been right. That was the lawsuit until now, with CloudMagic. Source for this article: CloudMagic app brings cloud index searches to your mobile
Access anything with CloudMagic
CloudMagic moved to cloud computing last fall when it began to consist of Twitter updates. You can access Twitter, Google Docs, calendars, contacts Gmail and much more from the OAuth technology in the cloud. This is why the CloudMagic has started to become popular in the mobile market, even though it has been out for a while for larger devices.Compatible with both iPhone and Android smartphones, CloudMagic is “surprisingly fast,” notes TechCrunch. CloudMagic and Bangalore Institute of Technology representative N.R. Chirag pointed out how superior the service is to a smartphone's built-in search feature, which is typically a variation on the Google Search mobile app.
“It is not only faster than native searches, it integrates your personal data across different online services. It is like one search box and you can search across all your personal data,” he said. “Indexing Google and Twitter services is a start. There are many more to come. With the increasing online services, we believe one needs a fast integrated search.”
According to TechCrunch, Greplin has a lot more services to offer than CloudMagic such as Dropbox, Tumblr and LinkedIn. This is why CloudMagic could have to add a lot more services if it is going to succeed.
From browser plug-in to mobile application
Even though CloudMagic was introduced in 2010 as a Chrome and Firefox browser plug-in, it is not required to use the smartphone app. You can still use it if you need access to CloudMagic search in Gmail and Twitter. The plug-in initially was able to index Gmail and Google Apps data.
Type anything into search
Email search on an iPhone typically only allows a user to search the “From,” “To,” “Subject” and “All” fields. With CloudMagic, however, consumers can search for names and phrases anywhere while using advanced search operators. A search for “filename: pdf,” for instance, would return outcomes with all emails that have a PDF attached.
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