Google’s search engine has a new feature that will help users understand how to read their search results.
In the Google News search, the top search result will display the word “Hulu Premium” next to the word price, with the price displayed in the lower right corner.
The Google News results are part of a broader change Google is making to how search results appear, and the changes are intended to make it easier to navigate.
Google has made changes to how it presents results and the way it presents them, making it easier for users to quickly jump to relevant search results and for search engine optimisation.
“The goal of this new search experience is to provide a faster, more informative experience for consumers,” said a Google spokesperson.
“It will also help users discover more content and services from advertisers, and to better manage their search.”
In the News search results, the word premium will now appear in the bottom right corner, alongside other keywords that will appear next to it.
It will also appear next, in a similar way to the other keywords in the news feed.
“We’re making this new experience available for all users who are on Google News, and we’ve made the changes to help consumers read search results more quickly,” the spokesperson said.
“This will help you read search result results more easily, find the search terms you’re looking for, and make sure that you can get to the right content quickly.”
Hulu and Apple both have similar features to help users read search page results.
Google has also introduced new ways to search for content, such as by keyword.
Google News results in the US will not display any specific content, but will instead show search results for specific keywords.
The search results are also displayed as a series of images, instead of the text you’d see in a news article.
Google and Facebook have also made changes in recent weeks to how their search engines present search results to users, but the changes will not be applied to the newsfeed.