Google has announced that it will be introducing continuous scrolling for Search on mobile devices. This means that when you reach the bottom of a search results page on your phone, the next set of results will load with relevant information automatically. The addition of continuous scrolling comes after Google launched a redesigned mobile Search results page.

"While you can usually find what you're looking for in the first few results, you may want to keep looking." In fact, most people who want more information will look through up to four pages of search results. "With this update, people can now do this seamlessly, browsing through many different results without needing to click the "See more" button," Google explained in a blog post.

The new feature will be introduced gradually. It will first be available in the United States and will only work for English-language search results.

Google previously announced that it is improving its search results to show you more relevant content by introducing a new system for generating titles for web pages. Google's primary focus in ranking results is moving beyond HTML title tags. Google uses text that humans can see when they arrive at a web page to list websites in response to a search query.

Google makes it clear that stuffing keywords into pages will not help much. "Content creators mistakenly believe that adding a slew of words will increase the chances that a page will rank higher," Google wrote in a blog post.

Meanwhile, Google has recently updated its iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 apps and services. The most significant change in this update is how Gmail, Meet, Tasks, Maps, and other Google apps will handle notifications in iOS15 with Focus mode enabled. Google has announced that their apps have been updated to work with Focus mode and to make notifications as relevant and timely as possible.


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