When Google decides to remove a feature
Google’s mobile search app for iOS and Android is getting rid of a feature that lets users search for a specific term and then quickly find a match.
The feature was in place until now, but now Google has decided to remove it, a spokesperson said in a blog post.
The Google Mobile search app on iOS and android is getting the feature removed on August 30.
A Google spokesperson confirmed the news to The Hindu, saying the feature was being removed due to the growing popularity of mobile search in India and globally.
The feature, which has been around since January 2015, was designed to give users a quick and simple way to find and add an item to their shopping list.
Users had to press a small button and the app would then display a list of available items on their device.
While many users use this feature to find the perfect match, many users have also used it to find matches in an ambiguous or incomplete language.
This has caused friction between users and the search company.
Some users were upset when the app had to show them the results from several different languages in the same app.
The company said in the blog post that the new feature is a necessary step in improving the accuracy of the app.
With the new update, Google has made the search feature more accessible for users and added additional features such as a new “Find in List” feature, the ability to view the current search history and more.
Google said it was working on a new feature that will improve the speed of the search, and would also be a part of the next major update to the mobile app.