In a new update, Google has pushed a new redesign for music-related queries for the desktop version. As per a report, the redesign now shows a navigation drawer to the left side along with the description of the query. If in your queries it is an album then a cover art will appear along with subtopic categories that load new search terms below it.
Last month Google for Android and iOS devices also got a major visual redesign, focusing on important information and bringing a rounded aesthetic. In its aim to simplify the search engine for mobile so that people could find it faster and easier which led to a major visual redesign. As said, in a new development, Google is rolling out a redesign for music-related search queries on desktop too. In a report by 9to5Google, the search giant has been testing this redesign for a while now and as of now, the redesign is applied to music-related search results on Google Search. While other things remain unchanged.
The biggest attraction is its navigation drawer. This would now be seen on the left that shows the name as well as the description of the query. In the case of albums, cover art appears. Below are subtopic categories that load new search terms like Overview, Listen, Videos, etc. The Share button has also been moved here. Whereas on the right there is a Listen Card offering options to listen to the song or album on Spotify, YouTube Music, or other music-streaming platforms.
On the other hand, the ‘About’ card below will consist of the Wikipedia description of the song or album. In addition to this, the subtopics sidebar is meant to help users better navigate through dense pages packed with information. Some songs feature different items, like: “Other recordings” and “Analysis.” Google’s intention is to save users from having to manually type out a new search, the report stated.
To recall, last month Google search on mobile also got a major redesign to come with lots of new features such as product price drop cards, neat interface and more. This piece of information was shared by the search giant via a blog post that said, “The beginning of a new year inspires people everywhere to make changes. It’s when many of us take stock of our lives, our careers, or even just our surroundings and think about what improvements we can make. That’s also been the case for Google designer Aileen Cheng. Aileen recently led a major visual redesign of the mobile Search experience, which rolls out in the coming days.”
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