The answer to most questions is just a Google search away, but if you’re answering a question someone else has asked, it’s not easy to share the answer with them without copying a usually very long link. Google is attempting to fix that on mobile devices in the latest Google app with a share button. As 9To5Google reports, the latest Google app beta on Android has added a new share button which appears to the right of the voice search button in the top right corner of the screen. Performing a search and then tapping the share button will allow the search results page to be shared with others using a search.app.goo.gl link. As you’d expect, the page the shared link loads depends on where the recipient is opening it. Smartphone users will have the link loaded in the Google app, where as PC and Chromebook users will load the page as a search page in a desktop browser. Related How to Do a Reverse Image Search From Your Phone How to Do a Reverse Image Search From Your Phone Incognito Mode Coming to Google Maps and Search Incognito Mode Coming to Google Maps and Search Google Photos File Syncing… Read full this story
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