Google is a search engine on the mobile internet. It helps you to search for information on anything you are interested in, including jobs, places, recipes, movies, songs, news and much more.
Google is just one type of search engine. There are others that work in a similar way.
You can find Google on a smart or feature phone.
If you want to search for something,
Google gives you different kinds of answers when you choose the different options under the “search box”. These are called “tabs”.
The tabs include “all”, “images”, “maps”, “videos”, “news” and others. For example, if you select “all”, Google will give you all available websites. If you select videos, Google will give you only video websites when you search.
There’s a lot of really good information on the internet, but also some that’s not so good, and some that’s probably not true. So, you’ll need to look at two or three results to get the best information about the person or thing you are looking for.
If you’re looking for information on Google, and you see or open something you think is bad or offensive, you can tap the “back” button, leave the page, delete the words in your search box and type different words.
If you use Google on your phone, you will need to buy internet data from your mobile network provider.
Different Google activities will use different amounts of data. Just reading text uses the least amount of data, looking at photographs and listening to music uses more, but watching videos will use the most.
The mobile internet is bringing a world of information right to your phone. Why don’t you try it today?