Google Fast Flip Brings Print Style Navigation to the Web

Google Fast Flip Brings Print Style Navigation to the Web
technology

In a move that aims to better recreate the experience of browsing through a print publication, Google Labs has introduced a new tool named Fast Flip.

Dan Gould
  • 15 september 2009

In a move that aims to better recreate the experience of browsing through a print publication, Google Labs has introduced a new tool named Fast Flip. The interface allows readers to quickly navigate through pages of pre-loaded content in a motion that is similar in speed to flipping a page over. Users can also search and share content with friends right from the same interface.

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