Sometimes, there can be a big buzz around a tiny addition or feature. A new addition to the Google search app is a prime example of this. In a recent blog post, Google announced that the search app will be using continuous scrolling from now on.
Google says that continuous scrolling will help make the search process easier
Without a doubt, this news isn’t as big as the upcoming Pixel 6 series of phones, but it’s still something. Previously, when you would search up an item, you would scroll down a certain amount of search results before you reach the end of the page. From that point, you’ll see a “See more” button that will load more results for you.
Now, when you scroll down, the results will flow in a seamless stream. To be honest, this isn’t exactly a revolution in search engine technology. Obviously, in the blog post, Google did what it could to paint this as a helpful innovation. However, even the company didn’t have much to say on the matter.
If you feel that continuous Google search scrolling is what your life has been missing, the company says that the feature is out now. Make sure your Google app is up to date if you don’t see it. If you still don’t see it, then you might have to wait just a bit until it makes it to your region.
In other Google news: The Pixel 6 is just days away!
Continuous scrolling in Google search is great and all, but Google has something else in store for us. The next iteration in its Pixel line of smartphones, the Pixel 6/6 Pro, will be officially launching in just a few days.
These phones will flip the script in terms of design. Everyone has been talking about the weird-looking camera visor on the back, but a neat feature is the under-display fingerprint scanner on the front. Along with that, there will be a punch-hole up top.
The Pixel 6 will have a 6.4-inch display, 8GB of RAM, up to 256GB of storage, a 4,616mAh battery, and a dual-camera setup. As for the Pro model, it will have a 6.7-inch display, 12GB of RAM, up to 512GB of storage, a 5,000mAh battery, and a triple camera setup.
The most important spec is the SoC that’s powering the phones. Google has broken away from Qualcomm to make its own chip called the Tensor chip. We’re all excited to see how this chip stands up to the competition from Qualcomm and Samsung. These phones will be launching on October 19th, so there’s not much time to wait.