Google announced the start of testing a new feature in its Internet search engine, to make it easier for users to access data.
Google explained that users of its search engine across computers and Android devices currently in the United States are able to learn more useful information about the things they are looking for on the Internet.
Thanks to the new feature, an additional sign appears to the user next to each of the search results that he obtains through the Google browser, and by clicking on this mark, data appears that include information about the site that the result includes, and whether this site is free or a site for paid ads, and about the source of the existing information Active.
This feature also provides users with the ability to know whether the site that appears to them in the list of search results is using secure protocols or not.
“This feature gives users the ability to make more informed decisions about the sites they visit, and it also gives them additional information about sites that they do not know, without the need for additional searches,” Google said in a blog post on its official website.
This feature is currently being tested by Internet users in the United States via computers and Android devices, and it is expected to appear in other countries soon.