If Google Instant is on when you go to, just start typing in the search box and Google will predict what you’re searching for, so you don’t have to type out the whole word. Google Instant now works on iPhones and Android phones.

For example, start typing “Tha” in the box at  You’ll see “Thanksgiving 2010,” “Thank You Letter,” and “Thailand.” If one of those is right, click on it to get more results in that category, rather than typing the whole word or phrase.

To try it out, go to on your computer or in your phone’s browser  and tap the Google Instant “Turn on” link beneath the search box.

Google Instant is available for Android 2.2 (“Froyo”) devices and iPhones and iPods running iOS 4 in the U.S. in English. Additional countries and languages and more devices are coming in the next few months.

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