Google Search now allows you to switch smoothly between English and Hindi

By June 30th, 2016 AT 6:05 AM

Google is working pretty hard to make its search results as relevant and efficient as possible. The search engine giant is currently rolling out a new feature for the users in India. This new feature allows users to switch easily between English and Hindi even when the search term is in the English language. For example – If you search ‘Samachar’, you will be offered another tab containing news stories in Hindi.

Google Hindi English search

It would work for all kinds of search queries made in English, including movies, celebrity name, health-related questions and much more. Users can use the Google’s flip feature to manage the tabs. The flip feature is available on Google Search app and Google Search on mobile browsers (except for UCBrowser and Opera Mini) on Android or iOS devices.

The language switch feature is rolling out in the central Hindi-speaking regions such as Bihar, Chattisgarh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, Delhi and West Bengal. Google might roll out a similar feature of other Indian languages.

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