Google search is now rolling out a new continuous scrolling results feature for the mobile platform. The newest browsing search results change is said to be more seamless and intuitive. The users can reach the bottom of a search results page on their phone; the next set of results will automatically load with relevant information.
The latest update has been initially released for both iOS and Android Google mobile app in the US. This Google Search continuous scrolling result will be helpful for those who frequently browse multiple pages to see additional search results. So they won’t need to click on the See more button in order to browse more pages of the search result.
The company via its blog post said, “While you can often find what you’re looking for in the first few results, sometimes you want to keep looking. In fact, most people who want additional information tend to browse up to four pages of search results. With this update, people can now seamlessly do this, browsing through many different results, before needing to click the “See more” button.”
While scrolling down for additional information when to reach the bottom of the search results the following set of results will be automatically loaded with pertinent information. For instance, for larger more open-ended questions such as What can I do with pumpkins?” in that case you may want to consider more results and inspiration before deciding how to proceed.
Scrolling through a wider range of results may reveal a plethora of options you hadn’t considered, such as no-carve pumpkin decor ideas for Halloween, pumpkin seed recipes that make your pumpkin with carving, and other ways to make the most of your gourd.
As per Google, the Search experience is starting to gradually roll out for most English searches on mobile in the U.S.
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