Google Search has a number of useful features and tools. Now, when a user query can be answered through a direct result, Google will no longer display standard web links. This change on mobile, Android and iOS platforms will result in faster search.
Google has confirmed that searches that can be answered using the built-in calculator, converters of currency or an hour will no longer contain other web links. These results will appear on a simple page, where only the Search bar is located in the upper part and a response in the lower part.
These individual results will appear when Google has “extreme confidence” that it can provide a direct response to a user’s query. The browser began experimenting with this feature in February, to speed up loading time, but also enabled a simpler and cleaner interface.
Those who still want to display web search results can press the button below the content tab and load the custom web page.
Google has confirmed that the new feature begins to reach users globally, and is available for mobile web, Android and iOS. Desktop results will continue to display embedded tools, along with 10 blue links.