Now rolling out to Google's home page for mobile devices, the Discover feed delivers a lineup of news stories underneath the familiar search field.
The new mobile homepage with Discover hasn't reached European users yet.
Each card shows a cover image, a title, a brief excerpt of the page's content, the name of the site, and the date the content was published.
Google Discover is available for all mobile browsers including Chrome and Safari on iOS and Android in the U.S. The search company hasn't yet announced a date for an global rollout, according to The Verge.
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As guaranteed back in September, Google is revealing its modified Discover feed on google.com (up until now, just for the US) for both Android and iOS gadgets.
Unlike the old Feed, you can fine-tune Discover to show you more or less of a given topic.
Every picture in the mobile web version of Google Images now features a Google Lens icon underneath. Google's mobile Chrome browser already shows a similar spread of articles and information whenever you open a new tab. By scrolling down, you can see the highlights of each story and select any items that interest you.