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We are going to talk about a new feature introduced by Google, which helps to read related contents easily and the feature is Google related toolbar. Now with the new Google Related, a new Chrome Extension and Google Toolbar feature, you’ll automatically see interesting content relevant to what’s on the page you’re viewing, right where you’re viewing it.Whether you’re reading a news article, shopping for a new pair of shoes or visiting your favorite musician’s website, Google Related works in the background to find you the most interesting and relevant content on the topics you’re currently viewing. For example, if you visit a restaurant’s website, Related can show you a map, reviews from Google Places, mentions from across the web and other similar eateries that you might want to try.
Results will display in a thin bar at the bottom of your screen, and will remain minimized until you hover over them with your mouse. Once selected, they’ll open up immediately in your browser window, saving you the trouble of having to open multiple new windows or tabs. If Google Related shows you something you’re interested in, you can let others know using the built-in +1 button.
Google Related is available both as a Chrome Extension in the Chrome Web Store and as a new feature in Google Toolbar for Internet Explorer. We checked the toolbar and it works fine. It shows related news and pictures very accurately, even when we searched in some regional languages. This toolbar is worth mentioning as it helps to explore the related contents more easily.
Google Related is a Chrome Extension that shows you useful, interesting content while you browse the web.When you’re surfing with Related, you’ll often see a thin bar along the bottom of your screen that offers videos, maps, reviews and other content that’s relevant to that page. When you see an item you like, you can spread the word by using the built-in +1 button.You can install the chrome extension from http://www.google.com/related/