Google Can Now Answer Your Questions Before You Finish Typing
When we have a question in mind for which we do not have an answer for, what do we usually say? Oh no worries, we will just Google it. For people around the world, the word ‘Googling’ has taken over for searching. However, Google’s newest update for mobile search gives you an instant answer for a question you haven’t even finished typing.
The search giant already provides the service of instant search results in a box like area beneath the search bar. The latest update pops in answers directly in your search submissions. Although the new update only works with small answers, usually one word like date, place and etc.
The update was first discovered by The Next Web. If you are looking for a quick answer while you are in the middle of a quick pub quiz and you really have few seconds to get the correct answer then this update will help you get through and you won’t have to hang around for the page to load.
For instance, if you want to ask, ‘what is the capital of France?’ then the answer will be shown in the dropdown suggestion. However if you looking for questions that have long answers then this update won’t benefit you since it only works with short answers.
Few cases report that a ‘plot synopsis’ appeared in the first sentence of the answer although it did not have enough space to fit in the area.
Google is taking immense actions into making the search site user friendly and quick as much as possible. The pop up consistency isn’t smooth either, some users see it on Chrome while others only on the main app.