The feature basically shows users relevant informations that are tied to what they've searched before or what might be of their interests.
The new mobile homepage with Discover hasn't reached European users yet. Those days are long gone with the introduction of the Google Discover feed now showing up below the Google search box on mobile.
The Google homepage has undergone the biggest change since its inception.
One day you will be able to tell your grandchildren that you remember when Google's home page was simply just a search box and nothing more.
Of course, if you don't want to see updates on certain topics, you can always tap the control icon at the bottom right corner of each card and choose whether you want to see "More" or "Less" about the subject in question. This Google Chrome Homepage update is just for the United States.so far, but this update is for both the Android users as well as iOS users.
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Google makes search more visual and brings its Discovery feed to Google on all mobile browsers.
Each card shows a cover image, a title, a brief excerpt of the page's content, the name of the site, and the date the content was published.
To that end, the company last week launched Google Lens in Google Images on mobile. Here, you can follow any topics that interest you and hide any that don't strike your fancy. The Discover feed promises to surface useful content that appeals to readers' interests. It's also live on Google.com. Evergreen, in this case, pertains to articles and videos that might have been around for some time, but may be "new to you", as Google puts it. So you may see posts about sports, YouTube videos or articles from various sites.
Google has about 94% of the mobile search engine market share worldwide and a 92% share on all platforms, StatCounter estimates, and faces few threats from other companies like Yahoo, Microsoft and Baidu, which is the leading search service in China's restricted marketplace.