Internet search giant Google has rolled out a new version of its mobile homepage, giving a feature of expandable menu on the left. By using this feature, visitors can easily access a range of the Google’s mobile services.
Similar to the official Google+ and YouTube apps for Android, the latest iteration of Google.com for mobile features looks to add more functionality without extending up the screen too much. The new menu can be activated by clicking the new button on the top left corner. From there you’ll get with a list of all Google’s mobile services, including Search, Images, Maps, YouTube and Google+, which gets a prominent placement up top.
There’s also a redesigned top bar with an area for Google+ notifications, and a shortcut to post to Google’s social network. So it appears to be likely this is part of Google’s continuing push to move traffic from Search and other services onto Google+.
The new homepage isn’t showing up for everyone yet, and whether you see it or not may depend on the device you’re running.