Google Chrome Added many updates to it Search bar It aims to improve user experience. Additionally, these new features are designed to provide more accessibility options and make consultations more efficient.
Changes include better suggestions when searching for directions and Lookout’s image question-and-answer mode. Updates are available andn Android 14 And in the version for computers, you need to refresh your browser to access the changes.
Below are the four changes to the Google Chrome search bar.
The Chrome search bar displays autocomplete results based on previously searched terms for a particular website. For example, if the word ‘flights’ was entered in the previous search and the search page was accessed, Google FlightsTyping ‘flights’ again will display the Google Flights page instead of simple search suggestions.
This feature is very useful when you don’t remember exactly which website you visited before.
However, it should be noted that currently, this feature is only available in the desktop version of Chrome and not in apps. iPhone and Android.
Another function is efficiency Search bar Chrome to suggest popular websites when you type a query. For example, when you start typing ‘Google Search’, a direct suggestion to access the website will appear Google Earth. This saves time by avoiding additional searches and speeds up navigation.
This option is available on all devices where the browser is located, both computers and mobile phones.
Previously, autocomplete for bookmark searches was based only on the name of the bookmark, without considering its source folder or hierarchy. With this update, the Bookmark search It’s even more useful now that it also takes into account its location in the parent folder and bookmark hierarchy.
This feature helps to correct typos in URLs while typing in the search bar. Additionally, it provides auto-recommendations based on previously visited websites.
Misspelled URL detection stands out for its relevance to accessibility and was first introduced as an accessibility feature on World Accessibility Awareness Day in May, but was finally added to the browser recently.
These new Google Chrome search bar features complement other accessibility tools the company has added to the browser and its other products.
For example, screen reader capability is included Lenses on the mapIt uses augmented reality and artificial intelligence, making the tool accessible to people who are blind or have low vision.
An option has also been added to the map so that when you search for a location and click on it, a wheelchair icon will appear, indicating that the destination does not have an entrance, bathrooms, parking or accessible seating.
Google is working to address the needs of the visually impaired with the introduction of the Chrome app magnifier, It lets you zoom in on objects using the camera and allows customizable settings to improve text reading, though it’s currently only available on Pixel phones.