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Despite a New York Times story and the above video that was released that said the Google Mobile App was to be released as a free download this past Friday, “even the world's most successful internet company has to wait on the whim of Apple,” according to The Register.
The Google Mobile App is of course the app that allows iPhone users to speak in queries that will automatically launch a search. This Google App also links to all other Google applications (GMail, Google News, Maps etc). As these are bundleded together the OS will consider them a single application. The Register speculates, “it could even enable that holy grail of iPhone utility, cut and paste, to work between Google applications, though perhaps that's what's causing the delay.”
Hopefully it will be released soon!
Source: Google voice still not on iPhone â€¢ The Register