Google today introduced its newest search feature, dubbed Google Instant. The search giant is always exploring innovative opportunities to present relevant search results faster to the end-user. Instant provides search results while the user types, taking away the need to press enter or even finish typing.
The three core features of Google Instant, as laid out in Google's blog post:
- Dynamic Results: Google dynamically displays relevant search results as you type so you can quickly interact and click through to the web content you need.
- Predictions: One of the key technologies in Google Instant is that we predict the rest of your query (in light gray text) before you finish typing. See what you need? Stop typing, look down and find what you’re looking for.
- Scroll to search: Scroll through predictions and see results instantly for each as you arrow down.
This is a great new search feature that's fun to play around with. It will be rolled out to most users over the coming weeks, so if you can't see it now, check back soon.
This is a web-only feature at the moment, but Google is aiming to get it up and running in the mobile space in the fall, according to Google's official Twitter account. That said, you can get a mobile preview now by clicking here (in a mobile browser, natch).