Google Testing a Discovery Feed for Desktop Search – Blurring the Line Between Mobile and Web Browsing
A Glimpse Into Google's Experiment to Enhance the Desktop Search Experience
The divide between Google’s desktop and mobile search experiences may soon become a bit less distinct, as the tech giant is experimenting with the introduction of a Discovery Feed to its web browser search engine. This intriguing development, first reported by tech news site MSPowerUser, has the potential to bring more mobile-style content directly to desktop users.
An Enhanced Search Experience
The Discovery Feed shares similarities with what users encounter on Bing and Google’s smartphone app. However, it takes things a step further. In addition to presenting headlines from articles, the feed also delivers local weather forecasts, stock market data for three specific corporations, and real-time sports scores, all conveniently located on the right side of the search page.