Not all journeys have a destination. Whether browsing the web or looking for answers, the latest update to the Google app on iOS helps you keep exploring.
Starting today, while you’re reading a webpage on the Google app for iOS, you’ll see suggestions for related content when you pull up the bottom of the page—no need to type anything into the search box to learn more. Suppose you’ve just finished reading an introductory article about the Mars rover. When you start scrolling back up, you’ll see additional articles on this topic that may interest you, like upcoming Mars missions or an in-depth story about the rover exploring a gully that might’ve contained water. Alternatively, if you’re reading a recipe for roasting shishito peppers, you’ll be able to jump straight to other ways to prepare them, such as grilling them, with a single tap.
Maybe you’re learning how to cross-stitch, reading up on medieval history, or just looking for good gift ideas—whatever the situation, this new feature makes it easy to explore and discover content while browsing the web.
While this feature is only currently available in the U.S., we look forward to expanding to more languages and locales soon. To get started, get the latest version of the Google app and then search away!