September 20, 2017
Beginning this week, the app will help you find more content related to whatever webpage you happen to be browsing. Now, when you pull up the bottom of the page, the suggestions will appear without you having to type in the search box.
“Suppose you’ve just finished reading an introductory article about the Mars rover,” Google explained in a blog post.
“When you start scrolling back up, you’ll see additional articles on this topic that may interest you, like upcoming Mars missions or an in-depth story about the rover exploring a gully that might’ve contained water.
“Alternatively, if you’re reading a recipe for roasting shishito peppers, you’ll be able to jump straight to other ways to prepare them, such as grilling them, with a single tap.”
The iOS update currently is available in the U.S. only, although Google did say it plans to expand to more languages and locales soon.
The latest version of the Google app is available here.
Jennifer Cowan is the Managing Editor for SiteProNews.