Google recently updated its search engine to make it easier for users to find and buy clothes on the web,media reported. It is reported that the company by putting the results of different sites together so that users no longer have to look at each site separately. The update is fairly simple: when searching for items such as shoes and skirts, users will get search results based on popular items from many different retailers, along with filters to help them narrow their searches.
When you find something you like and click, you’ll see products from different retailers so users can compare prices and optional colors. In addition, the website displays reviews from the retailer’s online store. In addition, users will see similar products when looking at a product, so they can find better when they find that the product in front of them is not suitable.
To achieve this, Google is indexing products from more than 1 million online retailers and regularly updating the information. The index of the product is similar to the search results, so the retailer doesn’t have to pay to display the product on Google.
Currently, the feature only supports mobile devices, but Google says it will consider expanding its range to more devices and more categories and products.