Google Search has added a new function to assist users in learning a new English word each day.
According to Google, the tool would help users grow their vocabulary and improve their language competence. On their phones, users may receive daily alerts that will assist them in learning new words and some fascinating information about them. At the moment, the Learn a new word everyday function is only accessible on mobile devices.
To enable the notifications, just open Google Search and type Define before the term for which you’re seeking for the definition. You’ll see a bell symbol in the top right corner, which you should click to subscribe to daily new words. Additionally, you may disable alerts by tapping the bell once more.
“Understanding the meaning of new terms enables people to access information as they go about their everyday lives, and according to Google Trends, the top-searched English meanings globally in September were “introvert” and “integrity.” With this in mind, we’ve designed a simple-to-use tool that not only assists you in learning new terms but also piques your interest,” Google explained in a blog post.
Google stated that the service is presently only accessible in English and that the terms are geared for both English learners and native speakers. Users will also be able to select the difficulty level in the near future.
Google Search has been introducing useful tools to assist users with daily chores. It just launched a function that assists users in tuning their guitars. The tuner is used to assist users in tuning their instruments.
To access it, users will need to upgrade their browser and have a phone or computer equipped with a microphone. Users should enter Google Tuner in the Google Search box to access the tuner. When a user plays their guitar, the tuner detects the note and suggests how to play it.
Google recently launched a new tool called About This Result that provides additional information about websites that show in search results. It provides users with more information or context about the websites or sources of information that appear when they conduct a search on a certain subject. “If you’re visiting a site for the first time, that additional information might provide context or peace of mind, especially if you’re looking for something critical, such as health or financial information,” Google added.