Open a Page from Google Search Results for iPhone 6
Edited by Freya, Amanda, Eng, Anonymous
You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we will show how to open a page from the search results on the Google application on iPhone 6.
To begin, unlock the phone by pressing the lock button on the side, or the Home button at the bottom.
Enter the passcode or place a finger on the Home button to use the fingerprint scanner.
Find the Google icon.
It is a blue icon with a white "g". Tap once to open the app.
We have shown in a previous video how to search using the bar and the microphone.
Today, we will skip through to something we've already searched for.
In this case, Pink Floyd.
Scroll down to the search results.
Pink Floyd has an information page as well.
If we're interested in looking at the Wikipedia page, we click on the title.
That will open up that particular search result.
Scroll through as normal.
We can either press the cross in the top right corner, or the arrow at the bottom of the screen.
This takes us back to our search results.
Scroll through and click a website of interest.
It's very common now when using the Google application that it will recommend that we open particular things like Facebook or Twitter within the app.
We may see this option as a pop-up.
Go back to the search results by pressing the arrow, or go to the home page by pressing the Google "g".
Both icons are located along the bottom of the screen. We will press the "g" to come back to the home page.
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Recent edits by: Eng, Amanda, Freya