What the future of web searches and online browsing will look like according to experts



We know full well that the navigation websites and search engines we use today are one of the most important things presented in the technological area because with them and in them we can search with hundreds of results in seconds.

Now, will we continue to see the same search pattern in the coming years? For this question, several subject matter experts have given the task of clearing up the doubts available and here we have the most remarkable aspects.

The first fact to consider is that in July 2020 alone, one of Verizon's divisions (Verizon Media) processed a total number of more than 2.23 billion searches in the United States. That said, it is also clear that when it comes to internet searches, they became a necessity for the vast majority of people across the globe.

While Google remains the world's leading search engine, many are expected to change course and an engine appears that is just as competent but more up-to-date in terms of the mobile experience, which Huawei has been doing since it introduced its mobile search engine app called Petal Search a few months ago.



Huawei goes a few steps ahead in this new future of web searches

In the words of Dr Jaime Gonzalo, vice president of Huawei Consumer Mobile Services Europe given for The Next Web newspaper, "using a smartphone means that you expect a personal, fast-acting and instant response experience, therefore a search engine should make it easier for users to enter the query".

With this, Huawei's mean that, with the Petal Search app, they promise to provide users with an enhanced digital experience for the modern consumer, thus giving much more importance to the mobile section than the main competitors in the market.

Thus, the company's own positioning is grown by its commitment to seriously address issues like this, which seeks to help and keep people immersed in this which is the beginning of the future of searches and navigation engines. Now it is also known that Apple is working on its own search engine as Huawei has done, so as not to remain dependent on existing engines.



Social media and its own search engines

Already leaving a little of what Huawei is trying to present, we comment that, although at this time the main search engines have their ways of adapting to users, the future as such is in the context of the search itself and that the engines specialize in this within today's most important mobile applications, such as Facebook, Instagram, TikTok and many others.

For example, as the guys on The Next Web indicate, a user sees interesting content in an Instagram photo and video so they don't know how or what words to put in the search engine to find material about what he just saw. With more contextualized and more complete search engines within the apps, the user will not have to log in to Google or Bing to search for the posts and the specific topic but will be able to do so from the same search engine of the app and get the information there.

However, existing social platforms themselves will need to improve that same section of the search engine to make way for the future and provide users with better functionality in terms of their research.

However, here is one of the main public problems regarding topics like these we refer to, and it is the privacy section. In this respect, it is the same platforms that must now open up new security measures if they want to succeed, as the public's own awareness of these same cybersecurity issues has been on the rise in recent years.

Finally, we added that in a world of current technology in which we find ourselves it is super important to evolve and improve the errors of previous attempts, thus preventing problems that in the future will harm both users and platforms, search engines, companies, conglomerates and many other entities. Therefore, man's decisions for the future of medium-distant technology should be the most responsible and most coherent to deliver effective and safe results.

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