Google soon allow users to install apps from Search page: Google is ready to launch its new feature on Android that makes its search app option more relevant. According to a google report, a company named Mountain View is testing on a feature. Through this new feature, Android users can download and install apps directly from the Search page without even log in corresponding Play Store page.

“Not everyone is getting this yet, but enough are that it’s probably in the early stages of a wide rollout,” says the report.

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Google soon allow users to install apps from Search page

The feature reportedly brings up an app permissions window along with the install button every time users type in a search term into the Google app, should the app exist. It seems pretty similar to how search works inside the Play Store, only now users aren’t actually directed to it. Search, download and install work right inside the Google app.

At the same time, it is being reported that this feature will not work inside Chrome, because that it is a feature of the Google app and not the Google browser.

Google is known to test such features from time to time. It isn’t clear whether the new feature would see the light of day and a wider rollout in the days to come. But, it certainly highlights Google’s core philosophy of making Search more relevant each day.

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