by George Heymann

Google introduces a new local search experience across your devices.

by George Heymann |@techeadlines

Google has simplified sharing searches between devices by making those searches available under a new “Recent” icon on the Google Search screen. So next time you go to on your Android phone or iPhone your recent web searches will be available for users who have web history enabled and are logged into Google when doing their search.

It used to be a multi-step process to share information between my desktop browser and my mobile phone. Typically I would perform a search on my desktop browser then use chrome to phone to share the link to that information with my Android Smartphone.

Now I can search on my desktop and instantly share the information across all of my devices with one tap on the new Google “Recent” icon, a truly simple, elegant and convenient solution.

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