Google Search On Mobile Adds A Hamburger Menu, Includes A New 'Saved' Option


Google has been consistently improving its search website on mobile. After revamping the search bar design earlier this year, Google has now tweaked it's mobile website to include a hamburger menu.

When the three dotted hamburger menu (in the upper left corner of the featured image) is tapped upon, a navigation menu pops up from the left edge of the screen.


The 'Home' option will redirect you to the homepage of Google search. The Saved option shows you all the items that you have saved across various services (such as Maps, Images) provided by Google. The saved items may include pictures you have saved from Google Images, places from Maps, travel itineraries and web pages from Google search results.




The settings menu lets you configure the various parameters of Search. You can choose to save search history, apply filters to leave out adult content from the search results, optimise page loading speeds on slow connections, use your handwriting to search for results and configure your location along with the language.

These enhancements put the design of Google's mobile website similar to that of its app for mobile devices. The new search layout appears to be rolling out to everyone. I could see the new layout across different gadgets that I use. When I checked with my team members, they also confirmed that the new layout is live for them as well.

Krittin Kalra is an 18 year old Android freak. Striving for passions, chasing down his dreams and living a life without regrets is his sole mantra. A bit moody, he also does custom ROM reviews for AndroGuider. Currently pursuing his B.Tech, he aspires to follow his heart.
Google Search On Mobile Adds A Hamburger Menu, Includes A New 'Saved' Option Google Search On Mobile Adds A Hamburger Menu, Includes A New 'Saved' Option Reviewed by Krittin Kalra on 8/03/2017 12:17:00 am








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