Google has redesigned the way it displays image search results, making them faster and easier for users to see.
The company announced the redesign this week. Users will start to see the new look in the next few days.
Under the new format, when a user chooses a picture from the search results, rather than displaying a new page with a preview of the image, Google will instead pull up a larger version of the picture along with its data underneath the thumbnail when a user scrolls the cursor over it. Users will also be able to use keyboard commands to flip through images.