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Google will introduce new features including oflline mode, lite mode and more to improve search engine optimization.
Google is testing a whole range of new features to improve it's search engine optimization including a recent tab, offline mode, automatic lite mode, manage searches and a lot more.
Reports state that Google is testing a new "Recent Tab" feature, which will enable users to easily spot their most searched stuff rather than going through the hassle of typing the same all over again. The new Recent tab option is expected to group the most searched pages by the users together in order to make it easier to find results again.
The best among the lot is the "Offline" feature that Google is apparently testing right now. Google will be introducing this feature for the users with slow or no internet connectivity. The "Offline Mode" will be mainly introduced for users commuting in subways and flights where there's no internet connection.
Not only this, Google is also testing on a Lite mode for the users with slow or limited data connections and would produce stripped-down results with no images or data-heavy content. By default, the Lite mode would automatically be activated when Google identifies a slow or bad connection. However, the feature can also be used at all time to prevent heavy data usage.