Google's new Discover feed, announced last month as part of its 20th anniversary, has found its way to Google's US mobile home page, as noted for the first time by 9to5Google . The feature adds a set of information cards under the search box on the google.com homepage when viewed from a mobile browser. Most of these maps revolve around relevant news, but the feed can also display sports scores and weather forecasts and will change according to interests and search history.
The update is a major change for the most visited site in the world, which has been kept pretty clean in the past, except for the core search box. It's a great sign of Google's changing attitude to information, where the search giant is increasingly trying to predict the information you're looking for before you search it directly. The Chrome Chrome browser already shows a similar distribution of articles and information when you open a new tab.
The new Discover feed can be viewed by mobile browsers such as Chrome and Safari on both iOS and Android, and is available on Google.com in the US now. An appointment for the international rollout is still pending.