The Google mobile search has just gotten much more sophisticated and up-to-date thanks to a new partnership with Twitter. When using either an iOS or Android system, people will be able to see real-time tweets when searching in a mobile browser. The Verge explains, "For example, if you search for "NASA Twitter," you'll see a scrolling bar of tweets from the official NASA account at the top of your search results. The same goes for famous individuals like Taylor Swift — searching for her surfaces tweets from her official account."
Bringing the Google mobile search more in line with the needs and wants of the modern individual, the inclusion of tweets also shed even more light on the news-centered content of Twitter. After all, people tend to find and share a lot of important information via this social media platform.
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The Google Mobile Search Will Now Display Real-Time Tweets
- By: Meghan YoungMay 21, 2015