To help people find pictures quicker, the search giant is releasing a new layout with results and metadata available in an inline panel.

Google has unveiled a faster image search with a new layout to help people find images more quickly. Results are available in an inline panel, with the large main image in the center bordered by a set of smaller images at the top and bottom.

It has also become easier to see metadata about an image directly as it is displayed right underneath whereas before, users could only find this detailed information by clicking through to a separate page. Hongyi Li, Google's associate product manager, wrote in a blog post:

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