In a recent interview, Google engineer Matt Lee told Recode that “the new look” will be available for Google search users on January 17.
He said that the new look will also be available to users in the UK and Australia, though not everyone is going to be able to use it.
The Google homepage is still up in the US, but we’re still waiting on a new page to appear in the home page.
The new look also has a few other features, including an emoji keyboard, a feature that lets you switch between images and videos in your news feed.
But the new home page is a little more basic than the old one.
It has the familiar white background, but with more color options.
The page also has buttons for “show” and “hide” that will open the previous page in a new tab, as well as a small preview of the new homepage.
There’s no home button, but you can click on the top of the page to launch a new article.
Google’s homepage for users in Europe has the same layout as the US homepage, and it is still accessible via the familiar “home” button.
However, the European version of the Google home page features more color choices and more options to change the color scheme.
Users can now also access the search bar by clicking on the search box in the upper right corner of the home screen.
The search bar has been revamped, too, and now has a search bar for the search result page.
To the right of the search field, the search window has been expanded to allow you to sort the results, and you can now zoom into a specific page by clicking the “zoom” button in the top right corner.
You can also search the results with the “search” box in front of it.
Google has also made a few changes to the news feed, which has been updated to include a search box for the latest news stories.
You’ll also find an updated search bar that lets users search by category, and a “top” section of the feed that shows search results for “best” and other related terms.
The current search box also has search bar options for “news” and for “top,” and the new search bar will include “top.”
Google’s new home screen for users has a new look, too.
The navigation bar is now bigger, and the search and news tabs are larger, too The new home looks like a more modern, clean version of Google’s home page, and includes a new navigation bar and a search field.
Google said in a statement that the navigation bar now has more space for the sidebar navigation.
The sidebar menu is now a little smaller and more prominent, and there’s also a new search button at the bottom of the sidebar.
It’s also easier to navigate through the news and search areas of the homepage.
Search has also been streamlined, with a new “search by category” button at top of search results and a new box for categories.
There are new search options in the news section, and Google has made a couple of changes to search results, too: It’s now easier to sort search results by the most popular results, which will now display as two columns on the left and right of search result titles.
There is also a small “top of search” section in the results page that shows the top results in that category.
There also is a new section in search results that lets search users search for a topic using a series of criteria that match the topic they’re looking for.
These search options are now in the “top search” area of the results.
There have also been a few improvements to the home pages in other countries.
Google also added a new home tab that includes a search option that searches by “top links.”
And a new new search box appears at the top to show the search results.
Google Home will remain available for users who want to keep their current search bar in place, but it’s likely that users will find the new Google homepage a little easier to access and use.