Google’s search application for iPhone just received a moderate update. The biggest thing is now when you click through on search results, they come up inside the application, rather than launching the browser separately. Supposedly, this makes getting to results much faster. Language support has expanded to include Mandarin, Japanese, and English accents (British, Australian, etc.). The rest of the new features are simply eye candy – you can change the app’s shade to red, taupe, or pink, and if you’re on a 3GS, you can set the voice search to show a waveform while you’re talking. Sound good? Go ahead download the new Google Mobile app from iTunes for free.