Google app search just got smarter


Google has said its search has got even better. How? Well, it can now understand our natural language searches by specifically better handling superlatives, times & more complicated questions.

Satyajeet Salgar, Google Product Manager, said Google is better at understanding your queries in three ways including “superlatives”.

Google now understands superlatives, such as “tallest,” “largest” & so on, as well as ordered items. So, for example, you can now ask the Google app the following questions:
  • Who are the tallest Mavericks players?
  • What are the largest cities in Texas?
  • What are the largest cities in Iowa by area?
In another development related to Google Search, Wall Street Journal has reported that Facebook, on Friday, began allowing Google to crawl & index its mobile app. The report quoted a spokeswoman for Google parent Alphabet Inc. The agreement means that results from Google searches on smartphones will display some Content from Facebook’s app,

http://thenextweb.com Nov 16, 2015 

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Facebook deep links will begin to soon surface in Google …- idownloadblog.com

http://www.idownloadblog.com Nov 16, 2015

As reported by The Wall Street Journal this morning, your Google search results will soon start to serve deep links based on content from Facebook’s mobile app which, when clicked, will take you straight to the relevant part of …

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Google’s mobile search just got a boost from Facebook …- Business Insider

http://www.businessinsider.com  Nov 16, 2015 

Facebook just gave Google a nice boost in its quest to make search more useful on your smartphone. Facebook has begun allowing Google’s search engine to crawl and to index The Big Blue app, The Wall Street Journal reports. Google …

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Google Search App Can Now Handle More Complex Queries – PC Magazine

http://news.google.com Nov 16, 2015 

The next time you’re wondering which U.S. President was in office when the Angels won the World Series — or something equally as random — the Google app shouldn’t have any issue …

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Facebook’s dishing up public info in Google mobile searches – SlashGear

http://news.google.com Nov 17, 2015 

Facebook information that is private and that requires a login won’t be shown by Google, of course, leaving Facebook users to search that content with the social network’s …

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