Have you seen the new Google Image Search page? Google developed and launched the recent version of Google Image Search that provides accurate and more results with an easier-to-use interface.
Currently, when users look for an image on Google Image Search, the results are brought up in a 3 x 6 array, providing 18 results per page. The Google Image new version is capable to show a lot of images.
Google achieved this great development by getting rid of all the text surrounded in the images, such as the image’s file type, size of pixel, and source Web site. Users can get a much better snapshot of the results found.
“Once you click on an image, you’re taken to a new landing page that displays a large image in context, with the website it’s hosted on visible right behind it. Click anywhere outside the image, and you’re right in the original page where you can learn more about the source and context,” Google Images project manager Nate Smith said on Google’s official blog.
Additionally, by pointing the mouse cursor into the image the image will provide more details about it and user’s don’t have to click the image to get the image details. Also by scrolling down the image results will automatically expand, meaning no more need to click on the “next page” link.
The Google Image updates have already implemented on a very limited basis, and Google is currently in integrating the news search design throughout all Internet users. The integration is expected to be done in the next few days.