At the “Search On” conference (September 28), Google announced a number of improvements to its services, such as Multisearch, which can combine queries into a single search, and the Translate feature, which can remove the fuzzy field of the previous language because if the poster was always in English or, for example, in another language.
The company also announced a number of improvements to its search services on conference (opens in a new tab), with better ways to buy the right product. In addition, there have been improvements to Maps and better recommendations for places and businesses.
Google is slowly adapting its products to the features Microsoft and Apple are introducing recently, with the first major update to iOS 16 and Windows 11, which showcases LiveText and better accessibility features.
However, Search On has been a shareholder of the company in the sand to show what its apps are capable of and what it can be for millions of users in the coming months.
Multi-search engine and translator are the biggest advantages
Multisearch allows you to search by image and text block simultaneously, so you can better find the result you want. It is currently being rolled out in English worldwide and will be available in over 70 languages in the coming months.
Thanks to Google Translate, the company is introducing an update that will not only show the translated text, but also remove the previous text and repaint the background using artificial intelligence. The result is that the translated text looks as if it has always been there, without looking out of place, it feels more natural.
Google has confirmed to us that this Translate tweak will arrive later this year for both iOS and Android devices.
There have been a few improvements that have appealed to users, whether it’s live captions or gestures for Apple Watch, but with Multisearch and Translate users coming soon, Google may have an ace up its sleeve.