Google has finally announced a job search feature for Android smartphones.
The company said in a blog post that it’s adding a job tracker to the Google Now Launcher, so that users can get information about upcoming jobs that they may be looking for.
Google Now on Android can also search for information about job postings, and users can also send emails and text messages to job-seekers.
“If you’re looking for an open position in your field, we’ll give you a detailed breakdown of the details on our search engine,” Google wrote.
“You can also share your experience with your friends on Google+.
If you’re interested in hiring, you can check out our job listings on the Google+.
Search for jobs in your area with a single tap.”
Google says it’s working with Google Now’s search and search results to provide more information about available jobs.
Google is also adding a search bar to the launcher to let users search for a job or other search results with Google+.
For example, users can search for jobs by category or keyword, or by job title, and then get a list of available jobs from Google+.