Google Quick Scroll On Chrome

Posted by Unknown | December 12, 2009 |

Google on Thursday launched Quick Scroll - an extension for its Chrome browser that is essentially Google's take-on on the Command-F basic search function available for OS X Apps.

Google's obsession with speed: highlighted in its newest trends on real-time search features debut earlier in the week remains insatiable. And the Quick Scroll feature on the-other-hand, provides a bit more horsepower to Google search.

Quick Scroll lets you jump directly to the relevant bits of a Google search result. It adds those types of results directly in the list of suggestions that appears below the search box on many queries. After you click on a Google search result, Quick Scroll may appear on the bottom-right corner of the page, showing one or more bits of text from the page that are relevant to your query.

In addition, Google has released Universal search features such as weather, time, and flight-tracking information in the Google Suggest drop-down list of possible results for relevant queries. Indeed, search speed junkies will have more ample time for research with these new features.