Google Is Sizzling: The Innovative Restaurant Menu Feature

How Thoughtful. The ever-musing Google wants to empower users with ability to reach informed decisions before visiting a restaurant. Essentially, Google is saving you from a potentially disappointing dining experience. Well, given the ludicrous prices of eating out, we feel it is much needed.

How Thoughtful.

The ever-musing Google wants to empower users with ability to reach informed decisions before visiting a restaurant. Essentially, Google is saving you from a potentially disappointing dining experience.

Well, given the ludicrous prices of eating out, we feel it is much needed.

Google is working to display menus alongside prices smack on the first page of its Google Search whenever a hungry customer is looking for potential options.

"Next time you're planning a brunch or a date night, check to make sure the menu has something to satisfy everyone in your group, without having to browse through several restaurants' websites. Just search Google to show you the menu for the eatery you're considering and you can see it right on the top of your search page — complete with tabs for different parts of the menu (like appetizers, brunch or dinner) and, often, prices — before you make your reservation," Google said in a post made on Google+.

 

Other Google Search Developments

 

The Information Graph

A Google Search result of 'Micheal Fassbender'.

Google rolled out this genius of a feature which uses snippets of information from websites such as Wikipedia and IMDB to give users a brief outline on a topic, person, film, place or whatever that is being searched for.

 

The Currency Converter

A Google Search result of 100 Pound Sterling in USD. 

 

There’s no need to check out the latest conversion rates or reach for your calculator.

 Money or currency converter can be selected, by typing names, descriptions or currency codes and typing “in” the relevant currency name, description or currency code

 

The Future of Google...

Based on our predictions:

 

 

Will the innovation ever come to a stop? Highly unlikely. Google’s mastery is here to stay.

 

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