Re-designed Google Search for touchscreen phones being tested

Re-designed Google Search for touchscreen phones being tested
Google is working on a re-designed version of Google Search and some users have already been testing the updated UI. Making it easier for those with touchscreen phones to navigate Google Search, texts and link are replaced with images and buttons. The small links at the top of the page now offers finger-sized buttons for switching between Web, Images, Places, News, etc.

The re-designed Google Search also makes it easier to navigate to another Google product. Instead of trying to click on the 'more' link, with the new UI, a button is pressed that gives you the opportunity to switch to another of the Mountain-View based company's offerings. If you have had the opportunity to work with the revised Google Search, let us know what you think about it by dropping us a comment in the box below!

source: GoogleOperatingSystem via AndroidandMe



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