A new Google search bubble pops up unexpectedly

A new Google search bubble pops up unexpectedly

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  • So far, this only seems to be on my LG velvet. This feature truly did come out of nowhere, and I have not been able to replicate it on any other device that I have. It’s kind of ironic, seeing as LG phones are no longer supported. What makes this even weirder is the fact that it’s not even on my Pixel 6. This may be a feature that accidentally slipped through, or is in production. The Google search bubble comes through the Google app, so it’s not intrinsic to LG’s software. When looking through the Google app settings, this search bubble is labeled under ‘miscellaneous.’ There’s really no telling where the feature came from, if it will remain, or if it’s on other devices.

  • There are two parts to the bubble. The first part quickly brings you to the Google search app, and the second part instantly accesses Google Assistant. It’s a really low-profile bubble that becomes transparent to blend into the background. When you don’t use the bubble for a while, it disappears automatically; however, it pops up again once you access the Google search app. If you want to get rid of it, you have two options. You can completely disable it, or you can disable that temporarily.

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