Google Image Search has been a hub for users to explore photos, images, visual art, etc. Many of us use this search function to look for samples of products we are intending to buy, images of objects/people that we are curious about, or any other reason that make users search for images. However, as time went by and users of Google Image Search increased, it involved them opening multiple pages that considerably slowed their search experience. But now, Google is rolling out a simple yet effective solution to this problem.
Google Images has seen some significant updates over the past few months, with the most recent update removing the “View Image” button and Image Search function. This update has divided users of Google’s service, as it made searching and downloading images a slightly longer process than before.
Two months into 2018, Google has been rolling out a slew of updates into their services. All of these updates aim to improve the user experience, and help make Google and its services much more reliable and efficient. Google Images is one of the most popular services that Google has to offer, and the latest update may prove to be divisive for most users.