Google on Wednesday has reportedly revealed, Google Instant intending to increase the search speed. Hadley Reynolds, an analyst with IDC terms the move as a ‘dramatic break’.
Reynolds also asserts that this would be like a breakthrough from the old traditional Google search experience and will for sure bring about a revolution.
The introduction of this splashy feature would enable the engine to commence with the search even before the user types the word or statement. This move is also being seen as a way to clear edge after the official union of Microsoft's Bing and Yahoo.
Marissa Mayer, Google's Vice President of Search Products, says that instant would enable putting up the right links according to the demand of the user, quickly and accurately. Calling the initial search engine as an incredible waste of the user’s time she suggests that the primary benefit is that it is time saving.
"Our testing has shown that Google Instant saves the average searcher 2 to 5 seconds per search. That may not seem like a lot at first, but it adds up”, she further added.
This upgrade, as per calculations will end up saving 3.5 billion seconds per day from the busy schedule of the user. Google, it looks like, is determined to fight back the rivals and will give its users yet another reason to stick to its search engine.