Internet search giant, Google, which has been undergoing a lot of updates regarding the ‘Doodle’, ended the day by unveiling its latest vision on future of search. Different tech sites were seen reporting on the ‘Doodle’ with every other of a different view. The internet search engine announced the launch of ‘Google Instant’ or real-time search results. Gabriel Stricker, director of communications for Google, was present at the event to unveil the new part in search. Stricker termed that the new service would be a instant hit.
Internet search giant Google receives a total of one billion viewers per week on its network of sites. A recent power up made by Google in form of Caffeine, provides accelerated results using the faster search algorithm. Back in December, Google held an event named, “future of search”. The company made certain upgrades as it brought the real-time translation tool as well as major improvements to the Google Search Site.
While updates and certain tool upgrades do matter to the users, the main emphasis always lies faster results. For this, Google made real improvements to Google search in order to bring correct information and faster results.
Google Instant, brings in search results as you type. Not missing even the single letter typed by the user, the search engine dynamically displays available results. Google was already intelligent and fast in displaying results but what now happens is that it pops up the search results as well.
Marissa Mayer, Senior Vice President Google Search Products and User Experience:
It’s search at the speed of thought. It’s not a search as you type, it’s a search before you type.
Google Instant will be available to all users accessing the site through web browsers including; Google Chrome, Apple’s Safari, FireFox and Internet Explorer 8. Currently, Google Instant is appearing in the U.S, while company officials confirmed that it would appear in Germany Spain, U.K, Italy and Russia followed by Asia in the next few months.
It has also been told that Google Instant would start appearing on the Android mobile platform from this fall.