Google is announcing five changes coming to mobile search, which will make it easier for users to explore the information they want. These changes will be rolled out over the next few months.
First, the Google app will now have a new “Explore” tab that gives people a new way to find articles, videos, and more without opening an app. The Explore tab lets people view an entire topic and explore related content on their own, without having to follow links from page to page. This is convenient as it saves time by allowing users to quickly and easily explore what interests them without having to go through a bunch of web pages. The Explore tab also incorporates Google Assistant for customized answers about topics you want more about – such as news on Brexit or the 2020 Presidential Election – which will save time too!
Second, when a user searches something in the Google app, they can now see multiple results in one place by scrolling down instead of opening individual apps one-by-
Google Announces 5 Changes Coming To Mobile Search
Google has announced 5 changes coming to mobile search. The company is continuing to focus on mobile-first indexing, which means that mobile content will be indexed and ranked ahead of desktop content.
Along with this, Google has introduced a new measure for ‘mobile friendliness’ called the “Mobile-Friendly” label. This label will be displayed in Google’s search results to show which sites work well on small screens and loads quickly.
The new update also includes:
– A way for site owners to test their sites using the preview tool
– The ability for users to report pages that are difficult to use or load on a smartphone
– A new way of showing more information about how the page may perform across different devices at once
Google may have been the dominant search engine in the past, but they are not standing still. They are always looking for ways to stay ahead of the game and providing better search results for their users.
In this announcement, Google talked about five major changes coming to their mobile search. Those five changes include: moving to a responsive design, focusing on instant answers, adding more intelligent results, highlighting live videos and more personalized search results. Google Announces 5 Changes Coming To Mobile Search