Google has announced that its application for iOS is presenting several new changes today. The new settings are intended to allow users to discover and share information more smoothly through iMessage and the Google application itself.
For starters, the Google application for iOS now supports an iMessage extension that allows users to search and share things like videos, business and more when they send messages to others. In the following example, you can touch icons such as "Food" or "Near" to discover and then share locations directly within iMessage. To the right of the search bar there is a dedicated button that changes things to the GIF search mode. If you already have the Google application, as long as it is updated to the latest version, it should automatically appear in the iMessage application drawer. For now, this feature is only available in the US. UU
The company is also based on the related content feature that it introduced last year in the Google application for iOS. Now, the ability to discover related content works with any browser on your device. Therefore, if you go to the sharing page from a web page in Safari, for example, you can choose to have Google automatically display related content suggestions without having to perform an additional search. An example, says Google, is looking at how to roast fish. Related information that might be useful could include "tips to keep fish from sticking to the grill, information about the best fish for grilling or delicious recipes."
Finally, if you are using an iPad with iOS 11, you can now drag and drop to move text, images and links to and from the Google application. For example, a simple tap and hold an item now will allow you to drag the link to other applications like iMessage or Notes.