Google has today added Tweets to its search results on the Android and iOS apps, along with mobile browser versions. These tweet results can be brought up anytime when you search for Twitter specific keywords.
Announcing the same via a blog post, Google says,
Starting today, we’re bringing Tweets to Google Search on mobile devices. So now when you’re searching on the Google app or any browser on your phone or tablet, you can find real-time content from Twitter right in the search results.
Google details out that “real time info” from Twiter’s search results will help in improving the overall search experience. It doesn’t hesitate to say how “it provides Twitter users with a larger audience for their content as well”.
Twitter, announcing the same, said,
Starting today, U.S. users searching in English will see relevant Tweets in their search results within the Google app (iOS and Android) and mobile web. The desktop web version is coming shortly, and we have plans to bring this feature to more countries in the coming months.
When tapping on a Tweet in Google search, you’ll be taken directly to Twitter where you can view the Tweet and discover additional content.
By deeply integrating Twitter’s real-time content into Google search, the social networking website hopes you find it easier than ever to explore your interests across both Twitter and Google.
To start with, the new feature will be launching on Google.com in English in the Google app (on Android and iOS) and on mobile browsers, rolling out gradually. Both Google and Twitter say that they are working on bringing it to more languages and to desktop, so stay tuned.