People who browse for images from Google often do two things – view the image and also check out the metadata. Google has heard enough feedback and is now teasing a new and better search experience for its users, particularly those who search for a lot of images on the popular search engine. Google says that it has redesigned Google Images. First, image results will now be displayed in an inline panel, making the search experience faster and more reliable.
Another is the capability to quickly flip through a set of images by using the keyboard. Browsing back search results can now be done by scrolling down. For webmasters, Google will now display detailed information about the image (metadata) right underneath the image in the search results, instead of redirecting users to a separate landing page. Domain names are also now clickable, and a new button to visit the page the image is hosted on has also been added to the service. As for its release date, Google says that it is coming in the next few days.
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