Google begin to help you plan an event with its mobile app and mobile on web—starting on Wednesday, now when you search for events in the U.S., "a summary of activities from Eventbrite, Meetup and other sites across the web will surface."
Additionally, it's also possible to look up events over different time periods, by applying filters like "today", "tomorrow", "next week." Even more, just type "events near me" to see what's happening around the corner.
To try it, after typing in a query, for example "jazz concerts in Austin," or "art events this weekend," a single tap will show you at-a-glance details like event title, date and time, and location. And, with a tap on "more events," you can see additional options. Once you find, just tap it to find more details or buy tickets directly from the website.
The features is rolled out today in the US.
Google also adds new image search filters option right under the search box on mobile for latest images, GIFs, image color, clip art, and copyright.
These filter will help you narrow down your search and by just clicking on the filter will give present you filtered results on image search on mobile.
You can even drag the bar to the left to show more color filtering options. At the end of the filter options is an option for filtering for "labeled for reuse."
Here's an example of clip art image search filter: