Smartphones are all about speed and accessibility, but many aspects of mobile interfaces are still not fully optimized to give us the degree of performance we need. A very nifty feature has been released for the mobile version of Google Search and it does just that – make searching incredibly faster. Google Quick View allows users to look within a search result’s site without completely accessing it.
The feature looks very promising, but it currently only works with Wikipedia links. The Search Giant is testing this feature and says more sites will get the option in the future. For now, any smartphone user can test it out with the popular site.
The idea is that users will be able to quickly find information. For example, one would be able to pull out movie times from Rotten Tomatoes or Fandango. What if you want to see the ingredients to a recipe? It will be possible to do it much faster in the near future.
It’s a little hard to explain how it works, so check out the video above to see what it is all about. Also, we would be interested to know what other use cases you guys can think of. What sites would you like to see getting Quick View and why? Happy Searching!