Google has been testing a new feature for its search app over the past two months and now it has rolled it out over the iOS and Android apps and Google.com. The "Recent" tab will allow users to browse through their previous searches so they can find what they are looking for faster and easier.

The feature is contextual, so you needn’t be worried about going through everything you searched for — it will group related searches together and let you compare the search results side-by-side. You will also be able to delete the search queries you consider obsolete. You can also access the feature from the navigation drawer of the Google app, Android Authority reported. In case you don't need it, you can switch it off in the Settings menu. The app also has a detailed tutorial explaining its working.

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Earlier, users had to look up their search history in Chrome’s history tab, which they can now do more easily with the Recent Tab. One thing to keep in mind for users is that the search history in Chrome and the Recent tab is not connected, so changes made in one will not reflect in the other, Android Authority reported.

If you don’t see the feature on your device, you can simply go to the Google Play Store and update the app.

Google has been introducing many changes to its search app recently. On Tuesday, it introduced customizable shortcuts on the search app, which will show data related to popular search queries. This will include areas of interest such as weather, sports, food and drink and even games such as “Tic-Tac-Toe” and “roll a die.” Google said the shortcuts will be rolled out first in the U.S., but it hasn't given any timeframe for a global rollout.

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