The California based search engine giant introduced the Google Instant Preview in Sep 2010 for the desktop devices. Now this feature will be available for devices running on Android 2.2 Froyo (or higher) and Apple iOS 4.0 (or higher) across 38 languages. Google rolled out the Instant Preview, which shows results as the user types, in India in Oct 2010.
The exciting feature on Google Instant Preview is that it shows the snapshot of the page without clicking it. It provides visual comparison between the sites, where users can select the websites with the right information they are looking for.
Google said that the Instant Preview makes it easier to choose the right result faster, especially when the user have an idea of the content they"d like to see. With this feature, users can see easily spot pages with the right content without having to navigate back and forth between websites and search results.
"To use Instant Previews on your mobile device, do a search on www.google.com and tap on the magnifying glass next to any search result. A side-by-side comparison view of the webpage previews for the first page of search results will appear. When you find a result you like, tap on the preview to go straight to the website," Google said in its blog.