Have you ever searched for a food item using Google, and thought to yourself how much nicer the experience would be if you could narrow your search by ingredients? Neither have we, but we definitely can think of situations where having this possibly-new feature of Google Search could be handy.
By searching for a food item, heading into Search tools, and tapping “Ingredients,” you’ll be sent to a checklist with ingredients for that particular food item — handy for those with allergies. The example provided by a tweet posted by the Android team shows a search for lasagna having options such as mozzarella, pine nuts, and grated parmesan, with simple “Yes” or “No” checkmark options next to them.
In our testing, the feature hasn’t been the most mobile-friendly, but Google could make backend changes at any time to make it better suited for on-the-go usage.
Anyone think they will find this Google Search feature useful?