How Are Tablets Changing The Way We Search The Web

Touchscreens are replacing keyboards and giving a whole new search experience. Tablets enable a full, interactive experience that does not only include text, but speech and interactions which makes it different. Search on tablets will incorporate what you do with your tablets touchscreen and also front and back cameras and microphones. Tablets can know enough about your activities to understand you better which will help it to give you better answers for your searches. Search becomes a unified experience on a tablet unlike mobile phones and computers and laptops. The future of search is the dynamic interaction among all of your senses. The techniques of search optimization marketing in India has also changed because of these devices.

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Many people believe that in the coming future tablets will replace pc’s and laptops as the primary device for personal computing purposes of individuals. It is not impossible as more and more people use tablets for day to day tasks as it is handy yet powerful. Apple is currently dominating the tablet scene as it alone sold 9.25 million I pads last year. Apple is the biggest contributor to this change of preference of people to which has shifted from pcs and laptops to appealing tablets.

In a world where tablets are going to overshadow pcs keyboards will act as recipient to gestures and also clicks, cameras will create a virtual world mixed with physical world. Voice commands will tell our tablets what to do, what we want and our tablets will carry out the actions. This will change the way we perceive the world and will make life simpler for us. Making a search on Google would be so more interesting and easy to do. Just imagine if you search something on Google and through advancement in technology and virtual reality it changes the way we search.

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