The Google app tries to suggest more articles to see in its integrated browser

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Google is testing a novelty in its Android application: related articles to move from one to another directly, without having to return to the browser or Discover. This novelty is available in the integrated browser within Google.

Google has long been testing a navigation redesign of its integrated browser, which includes the main buttons at the bottom. The last test goes one step further, also showing below a drop-down panel in which you can find other “people see” articles.


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People also see …

One way that developers have found to keep users in apps for longer is by using integrated browsers as Chrome Custom Tabs, instead of opening the links in the current browser that is installed on the system. One of these applications is the Google app.

That is, when you search for something in the Google app, the result also opens in the Google app. When you finish browsing that website, you can go back and choose another Discover article or do another search, but Google has a new idea: suggest related articles. These are shown in the new section People also view or, in Spanish, “people have also seen.”

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This is a drop down panel shown above from the navigation bar, at the bottom of the window. It should be noted that this navigation bar is also being tested today, appearing on some phones and not on others, even if they have the same version.

People also view It is therefore not very different from the way you continue to see content on TikTok, although instead of going directly to another article, what you see is a list of related articles or that, according to Google data, you might be interested. It is a test, so it will be necessary to see if it ends up activating everyone or not.

Via | 9to5Google


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