Google Launches the "Continue Until You Say Stop" Era in Mobile Searches!

  • Google Launches the "Continue Until You Say Stop" Era in Mobile Searches!

Google is starting a new era in searches: The internet search giant will continue to bring search results until you say stop in mobile searches!

According to a new statement from Google, the company is preparing to enable the "continuous scroll option" on mobile devices. This means that when you do a search and scroll down on the results page, you will not have to go to the second page, when you reach the end of the page, the second page with the search results will be loaded automatically. Google says that it thinks this system will make it easier for users who want to collect information on a particular subject, making their searches easier and allowing them to see new perspectives.

What Google product manager Niru Anand says

"While you may find what you're looking for in the first few results, sometimes you want to keep searching," Google product manager Niru Anand said in a blog post. "With this update, you'll be able to see many different results before you have to click the 'See more' button."

The new feature is currently active in the US and English searches. It is expected to spread all over the world very soon...

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