The most recent Google Search update makes it simpler to follow the 2022 FIFA World Cup

The most recent Google Search update makes it simpler to follow the 2022 FIFA World Cup

Google Search can help you make sure you don’t miss any FIFA World Cup matches you wish to view from November 20th to December 18th. If you Google “World Cup,” you’ll now find a dedicated area at the top with a list of forthcoming matches, their dates, and your local time.

You can set up alerts for individual teams on mobile, either via a browser or the Google app, by hitting the “bell” symbol in the upper right corner of the screen and then selecting the squad you wish to follow. You’ll also be able to monitor the score in real-time from anywhere by simply pressing on the match you wish to follow and dragging and dropping it anywhere on your screen.

Notifications do not seem to be accessible for desktops, but the special Google World Cup panel will display in-depth information and victory probability across platforms. When the games begin, you’ll be able to view recap videos from FIFA+, the league’s streaming service, and official broadcasters such as the BBC immediately on the results page. You’ll also be able to play a multiplayer game with or against other fans, where you may choose your team for a real match and score virtual goals for them.

Google is also releasing a label for companies that would assist you in finding a place that will display the games. Simply enter in “Where to watch the World Cup near me?” to see the upcoming matches. Would you rather watch it alone? You can also watch live matches on FOX and FS1, as well as Telemundo for Spanish-language broadcasts, using YouTube TV. If you have a Wear OS device, you may ask Google to make match reminders for you, which you can then access in the Agenda app. In case you can’t get enough of anything football, Google is also introducing a new row on Google TV’s For You menu that will include FIFA programming and highlights.

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