The giant search engine Google has renamed the Google feed in the Google Search app to Google Discover. It was announced a week before on Monday at the Search event, and with the more new features in Google feed. This feature includes a new topic header with the following element, fresher content, more languages and more customisation. The surprising thing, it is coming to the Google.com Home Page.
Google says goodbye to the old Search Box on Google.com and welcome videos, appropriate subtopics, GIFs, content, sliders and built more busy interface.
How It Will Look
What It Looks Like Now
Google Announced Some Improvement To The Google Feed
Google is working in building new features in Google Discover to help the user to find the exact subtopic they are searching off.
One of the significant change Google has already revealed adds relevant sub-topics along the top of the search result. For example, If you search for the flower, you will see sub-topic along the top of the findings related to the original search such as “How to take care.” or “Where to Buy?” and much more. And those users who have seen this new feature already in action, as you scroll further down the search result on the phone, an overlay will appear that lists the sub-topics.
One Google Pixel 2 XL owner, who is a beta tester for the Google Application, found the overlay when he was dragging his finger here and there the screen while looking at the search result. Pressing on the scroll tab on the right of the display-enabled him to see the sub-Topics, and their results, while looking through them. The feature isn’t prepared for prime time as the scrolling overlay appears to have the case of the jitters.
Maybe that is the reason the just limited number of mobile Google Search users have been able to see the overlay tested.