Following the deletion of the Help image on Android, it appears that Google for iOS application is launching the “Notifications” page. Home (Search Feed), Collages (save), and Tabs are current versions of the iPhone and iPad application (for built-in browser on iOS). Some users receive “Notifications” in the space between the two end sections. Google encourages you to: As you search, click the bell to receive updates on topics that are important to you.
That bell icon appears in the upper right corner of the Science Panels for game groups (to allow scores), TV shows (new event alarms), and movies. Overall, Google says that “there are notifications for some custom titles, such as people, places, or things.” At the moment, these updates are serving as notifications that make searching on tap. Alerts can be triggered or lost in a fight, and Google’s solution is to provide a central feed that you can easily return to. You can encourage people to do research that they may have forgotten about.
We have just received a report of the “Notifications” tab in the Google application for iOS, which is empty, as you can see. Not shown on two other devices tested with version 206.0 this afternoon. It is not clear whether the Google app on Android will get something similar.