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This is my application.it works fine.There is a search option which search the any location and show it on the map.I need to add the google search option to it.Is it possible ?



 
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Best practice on Android is not to implement your own custom search, but to hook into the system-wide search: http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/search/adding-custom-suggestions.html. Otherwise your app will feel like it doesn't integrate well into Android. (The system-wide search, of course, is already hooked up to Google search.)
 
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