Google is working to improve the search experience for tablet users. Recently, the company rolled out changes that were made with tablet users in mind. First up, the company simplified the layout of search result pages and increased the size of the contents on a page. Most notably, text, buttons and other touch targets are now larger. Google believes these changes should make it faster and easier to browse on a tablet.
Google added a pull-down menu to the search button underneath of the search box. From this menu, you'll be able to tell Google if you want to search Images, Videos, Places, Shopping, or another area of Google.
If you're looking for images using the Google search engine, you'll now see bigger image previews and get the ability to scroll continuously. The image thumbnails should also load more quickly thanks to some of the changes.
iPad and Android 3.1+ tablet users should be able to take advantage of this improved search experience right away. To try it for yourself, simply visit Google.com from your tablet.
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