It looks like Google is making it slightly difficult for Android users to search for information via its Search widget. The widget can be seen in almost all the smartphones but according to a report from Android Police, not all the information is shown in search results as was the case before. Google is said to be burying some of the information in its Google Search app, something you won’t find in widgets. In particular, the widget is said to hide users’ personal results. As mentioned in reports, users could search for data stored in their device from the search widget. This included personal results from contacts, Gmail and some apps as well. It’s no more the case now. While earlier this year, one of Google’s support pages mentioned that it won’t show contact results in the autocomplete section since many didn’t use it, now the tech giant seems to have expanded it to other services as well. Now it is difficult to see data from Calendar, emails, search history and more from the widget or the autocomplete section. There’s no official word on why Google chose to remove personal data from the widget and autocomplete search results. It might… Read full this story
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