Google often does not change its strong homepage. But that has changed on mobile devices.
When you visit Google's homepage on a mobile device, you'll notice that there's a Discover feature below the search box. There you will find a curated list of content from the internet on topics that you might find interesting based on your web traffic.
Discover is arranged in a card array that places a theme to the top and a single card places a media center. As you scroll through the page, you'll find more maps on topics you've recently searched for or accessed on the Internet. Not only can you tap the cards to read a news article, you can also refine your topics so that you only see content that you find interesting or relevant. With Discover, you can also view other articles on a specific topic.
The Google homepage on mobile devices and on the desktop is known to be simple with a white background and a search box. The idea has always been to put the search forward and in the middle, so that you can search for content on the Internet. While the search field is still at the top of the mobile homepage, the maps under the search box provide a much clearer design. Whether this is attractive to the people or not, remains to be seen.
Google Discover is now available for iOS and Android. It works in both Apple's Safari browser and Google Chrome Chrome. It is only available on mobile devices and not on the desktop.