Google is rolling out a new feature for its search engine that allows users to find content online by searching the name of the source.
The feature is being called “Google-powered media,” and it will be available for users in the coming days.
Google says it is working with online media publications to create an app that will allow users to quickly and easily find content on any platform, regardless of the search engine.
Google-powered content is designed to be as easy to use as possible for users, Google said.
The Google-led initiative will roll out over the next few weeks, and Google said it will offer the feature in a new Google+ blog post.
Google also said it is partnering with publishers to provide the service.
This is the first time that Google has taken a step toward providing search and news-focused media to consumers.
“We want people to be able to discover content, and when they do that they can share it with others who are interested in the same topics,” said Steve Smith, vice president of Google News.
“This is a way to make it easier for people to find what they want to find.”
Smith said that the new feature is intended to help Google users navigate the web, find what to watch, and share content.
“People can do it easily, and they can do a lot of things without having to go through a complex web search, but they’re also making the experience for everyone else even better,” he said.
Google will provide the new Google-focused search option to people who sign up to its Google+ app on iOS and Android, according to the blog post, and the feature will be made available for everyone.
Google said the Google-driven media feature will allow people to quickly search the title of a source in Google News and Google+ to quickly find the source’s article, if that source is offline.
Google is also adding a new “Discover” section in the search bar at the top of the homepage, with links to the source of the article and a description of the topic.
“It’s a really easy way to find information online and share it,” said Scott E. Jones, Google News director of products and business development.
Google News will be open to everyone for free for the first year, but the service will also be free for users who sign in with Google, which is one of the most popular search engines on the internet.
Google’s goal is to create a world where people can search from anywhere in the world, wherever they are, and have the option to share their results with anyone they choose.
The service will continue to be free of charge for users that sign in to the Google+ website with their Google accounts, and will also continue to offer access to the content for a one-time fee, according a Google spokesperson.
Google has been trying to bring more news and content to the web for years, and has a history of launching its own media products for the web.
The company has made a number of attempts to build its own content online, but has never been able to make them popular enough to justify the costs.
In 2014, Google’s parent company, Alphabet, bought a majority stake in a company called News Corp., which was building a news site called The Verge.
Google acquired the Verge for $1.5 billion, but News Corp. has not yet been able in recent years to turn its own news product, the Google News app, into a major force on the web or in search results.