Google has launched a ‘tactical search engine’ with ‘the power to search in real time’
Google has unveiled its Tactical Search Engine (TSSE) for mobile and desktop.
The tool allows users to search for information at any time and will allow Google to automatically identify keywords on a topic.
Google is calling the tool a ‘multi-language search engine’, with the possibility to search “in multiple languages, across multiple languages or in the whole world”.
TSSE is being rolled out in partnership with the Australian Federal Police and the Australian Defence Force.
According to the company, it is the “world’s first tactical search engine that will allow users to quickly find information, search in multiple languages and share the results”.
The TSSE is being developed by Google’s Advanced Technologies Group, the same group that developed the Google Translate app for iOS and Android.
TSse was unveiled in a press release on Monday, which said: “TSSE will enable mobile and tablet users to efficiently search for, find, search, share and share context in real-time, without needing to download or install a search engine.
It’s like Google Translator, but faster, simpler and with all the benefits of the new language interface.”
TSESE will feature a multi-language feature, including Arabic, English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish and Russian.
In order to make use of the TSSSE, users will need to download the Android app, then install it.
Once installed, users can then access the TSE from the app.
The new tool, the company claims, “allows users to easily search in a multitude of languages, all across multiple language communities”.
In addition to the Arabic, German and Japanese features, the tool will be able to search the entire world, including “the entire world with one query”.
It is also possible to search topics in “all major languages”, including “Chinese, Japanese and Korean”, and “the world with three queries”.
Users can also search for content in the “news” category.
TSSSE has been available for a couple of weeks, but has been limited to English.
“The search functionality and user interface will be enhanced by new features that are being developed,” Google said.
As for when it will be available, Google said it will launch in the first quarter of 2018.
Earlier this year, Google also launched the Google Search Plus, a service which lets users search in the same way as Google Translators, but without the hassle of having to install a second search engine and a separate app.