Google, somewhat unexpectedly, has announced it will kill off its Instant Search feature, which displays search suggestions as you type a query into Google Search.
Google is set to dump its landmark Instant Search feature, which automatically populates search results when one typed a search query, according to Search Engine Land.
Autoplaying videos also feature on Facebook’s News Feed، and many users would agree they can be in-your-face and overly obtrusive. Most of the searches of Google happen on mobile devices these days.It means that instant search is finally dead. With mobile usage continuing to rise, Google has chose to remove Instant Search, as it explores new ways to improve search across all devices.
Google’s new SOS tools are very useful because they allow users located outside the danger zone to see what’s happening and postpone their travels to the area until things improve. You can click on any of those suggestions to jump to the search engine result page.
Trailers for movies appeared next to Google’s search results on the right side of a page, and started playing automatically.
Google Instant Search feature was launched in 2010 under the leadership of Marissa Mayer. For now, the company says it has no plans to make the addition a permanent fixture in your search results.
Users can use this app from any location in the world where they will receive an instant pop up notification. Google has henceforth chose to drop its Instant Search feature as it is no longer important in the context of surfing the internet.
Jennifer Slegg was the first to notice this on Google Search on desktop devices.
The decision of removing the feature is already in effect, and the Search now offers a different experience. Even more, seeing as individuals are conducting their inquiry on a small touchscreen, the instant search can even prove to be a little bothersome.