The new “tapping” feature on Google search will be available in the new version of Google Chrome on Thursday.
The feature is not yet available in Chrome OS but the feature will be in the next version of Chrome, the new browser from Google.
You can tap on any part of the search bar and search for a phrase or keyword.
There is no way to “tag” search results.
The search bar will only show the results for the phrase or keywords you selected.
The option will be enabled by default.
There will also be a new “search bar” feature that will allow you to type in a phrase and then click on the “tapped” part of a search bar.
There are also other changes in the search app including more search options, including suggestions for specific words and phrases.
The new search bar is a part of Google’s search algorithm, which uses natural language to find what you’re looking for and is designed to help users find what they’re looking to find.
The change to the search experience is an important one for users, because it will help them get more from Google search and make it easier for them to find things online.
Search will be easier for users who aren’t tech savvy, but it will be a boon for those who do have a technical background, like people who have trouble with Google’s autocomplete function, which can sometimes be a problem for people who aren.
Search is also available in Google’s native search app, so if you are looking for an article on the topic of a particular topic, you can use that.
The first release of the new Google Chrome version will be released on March 1.