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Google's search engine is going to look different - Walla! technology

2021-10-17T06:10:15.563Z

"Sometimes you want to keep searching": The technology giant is slightly changing the interface in the mobile version, and from now on you will not have to scroll through pages to reach the relevant site



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Google's search engine is going to look different

"Sometimes you want to keep searching": The tech giant is slightly changing the interface in the mobile version, and from now on you won't have to flip through pages to get to the relevant site.

First, the change will not be available in Hebrew

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Yinon Ben Shoshan

Sunday, 17 October 2021, 09:29

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Google's new search engine (Google)

Google announced over the weekend a significant change in its search engine: from now on, the search results in the mobile version will not be displayed on separate pages, but in an endless feed - similar to Facebook and Instagram.

The company will uncheck the familiar "additional details" button, and instead will automatically load additional results - until you reach the result you are looking for.

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"You can often find what you're looking for in the first results, but sometimes you want to keep searching," says Niro Anand, Google's director of search.

"In fact, most people who want more information tend to flip through four pages of search results. With this update, people can now do so seamlessly, browsing through many different results, before having to click the 'More Details' button."



The change, which follows a redesign announced by Google in early 2021, will initially be available only in English to US users - both for Android and iOS apps and in the browser - and will later be distributed in additional languages ​​worldwide.

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