Google has decided to optimize its search for tablets. As announced via Google Blog, “As part of our effort to evolve the Google design and experience, we’ve improved the www.Google.com search experience on tablets. We’ve simplified the layout of search result pages and increased the size of page content like text, button…”
Google has made the major change in its Navigation bar and it has now been removed from the left hand side. Instead there are tap-friendly menus placed at the top of the page allowing users to move between search results, videos etc. The already existing nav bar was quite populated and was more prone to accidents while this modified style would make navigation more convenient. A menu is also available in the new layout, which lets you narrow the date range of results.
The other little tweaks include larger fonts and thumbnails, fewer things to mistap, and bigger buttons.
The new touch-friendly search for tablets has yet to be rolled out so you will have to wait for some time before you can try out the improved version.
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