Apple is rolling out a feature update for the App Store in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia. It brings a new search suggestions feature that makes finding apps quick and effortless.
With the new search feature, the App Store will now try to predict what you’re looking for and suggest words that might match your query after typing in the search field.
🗣 Introducing search suggestions on the App Store!App Store (@AppStore) April 29, 2021
Select (or deselect) multiple suggestions to refine your search so you can find even more amazing apps and games.
Search suggestions roll out today starting with the USA, Canada, the UK, and Australia. pic.twitter.com/viaZHlCZMb
For example, if you type “Breakfast” into App Store’s search bar, then the suggestions will include terms like “delivery,” “order,” and so on.
The new search suggestions feature seems quite useful as the search option is one of the main ways for users to find apps. As of now, the feature is made available in only four countries and will roll out to more regions soon.
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