Google is testing different search suggestions while scrolling

English-speaking users have noticed an interesting new test at Google. When the user scrolls the page of search results in the search box displays different prompts.

These recommendations vary dynamically depending on whether the user has stopped at some result.

Thus, in the above example, a user enters a query [puzzle games], as well as Google adds scrolling such recommendations as the «for adults», «unblocked», «download», etc.

Testing is carried out on a limited scale.

Recall that in May, Google has experimented with a larger font for the first result in the issue, and earlier this month, users have noticed a new look favorite snippets.

Source: Search Engine Roundtable
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