Tidbit: Want To See What People Are Searching On Google (In Real-Time)?

Tidbit: Want To See What People Are Searching On Google (In Real-Time)?


If you think Google doesn’t know what you’re searching for. Think again.

The company that now arguably owns (and curates) the world’s largest database of conversional-linked knowledge – has revealed a new service, recently, which directly ties in with its search business.

The new web application – (an extension of its ‘Hot Trends’ service) – now allows users to see what people are searching on Google – (in real-time). Reddit user ‘clulorereddit’ was the first to highlight the service, which we think is particularly notable given the recent refocusing of the world spotlight on data privacy.

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The grid of shown results from others can also be used to perform your own query using the Google search service. For example, if you find a term that someone else has searched for, that you think you would also like to learn more about, clicking the term will see Google instigate a search for that term.

Just be warned. It’s highly addictive.

/ Reddit