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Google Search gets new search algorithms to show top results

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Millions and millions of people turn to the Google search every minute to find information on any topic they can imagine. It is the most widely used search engine worldwide, and the truth is that it does not surprise us since Google is the master of almost everything related to this matter.

The face of Chrome has changed. The interface, as a whole, breathes Google Material Design. On the desktop, now the flaps are more straight, with rounded corners. On iOS and Android, the tab list was different, with side-by-side thumbnails.

The browser's native password manager also got better. Now, when making a new registration, it suggests a strong password generated automatically and already stores the code. In addition to passwords, the manager also manages data forms and credit cards.

The address bar has also gained news and now shows quick responses such as translations, definitions and short biographies, such as those that appear highlighted in Google's search results. And you can also easily access a list of emoji by right-clicking when you are writing a message.

The new Google Search also gets new search menu icons with more material design type look and the said change has already been applied to Google Search Desktop version on any Platform.

Earlier this month Google said that the webmaster community was in turmoil when Google first announced a Core Algorithm Update before launch. Now there are indications that upcoming Core Updates will be announced in advance.

The adaptation of the algorithms has already been carried out, which is responsible for Google's search guru Danny Sullivan. Nevertheless, the update is not related to the "June Core Update". According to Sullivan, this should mean that websites with high-quality content tend to rank higher, as they react quickly to current events.

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