The New York Times, which had previously reported that Google had plans to add support for the new widget format, has now confirmed that Google has indeed started rolling out the new layout format for its Google Now search results.
The Wall Street Journal has published an article about Google’s recent plans to include a new layout for Google Now, which has been the standard for more than a decade.
The new layout will allow users to navigate through the search results using the old Google Now navigation bar, but will now be integrated into the app itself.
Google Now will no longer have to rely on the old navigation bar as it can simply scroll up to a specific section of the search result, according to the WSJ.
The search engine giant has long been rumored to be working on a new design for its search interface, and the Wall Street Journals article has just confirmed that it will be one of the first to get the new look.
Google’s new layout could bring Google Now closer to Apple’s Siri-like search interface Google’s search interface has always been based on a two-finger swipe from the left to the right.
It has always relied on the swipe-to-select gesture, which was only available on the iPhone and iPad.
However, Google has made the transition to a three-finger swiping gesture, allowing users to access a section of search results in one swipe from a single finger.
The search interface in Google Now is now completely customizable, with users able to change the colors of search boxes and even the way that search results appear in the results section.
The news that Google is working on integrating the new Google Now layout with the search interface comes a few months after Google launched its own search widget for its mobile app.
The new Google widget, which is currently available only for the Android platform, is the first of its kind to be integrated directly into the Google Now app itself, according the WSj.
The widget is expected to be available in a few weeks, and will be the first major Google feature to be incorporated into the search app itself once it’s launched.