There are many Google search tricks present which no one knows how to use them. Using these google search tricks you can get the exact results which you want from the search.
Here’s an overview of some of the most useful Google search tricks, from basic tips to advanced.
Accessing sd card files in google chrome browser
It is the ultimate hidden trick on your Google Chrome browser that you might not believe, but you can see your SD memory data in your Chrome browser. You can do this by:-
- Open Google Chrome browser on your Android Smartphone
- Now type file:///sdcard/ on URL bar and search.
Try these queries in the Google search box or click on the link I have provided for each query. You will get clarity in detail about these.
Restrict results to those of a certain filetype. E.g., PDF, DOCX, TXT, PPT, etc.
Here using problems in the above example gives the results related to problems .pdf.
Limit results to those from a specific website.
Find pages with a certain word (or words) in the title. In our example, any results containing the word “geekhubb” in the title tag will be returned.
Find pages with a certain word (or words) in the URL. For this example, any results containing the word “geekhubb” in the URL will be returned.
Find pages containing a certain word (or words) somewhere in the content. For this example, any results containing the word “geekhubb” in the page content will be returned.
Find pages that are being linked to with specific anchor text. For this example, any results with inbound links containing either “apple” or “iPhone” in the anchor text will be returned.
Example: inanchor: Apple iPhone
Similar to “intitle” but only results containing all of the specified words in the title tag will be returned.
Example: allintitle: tech blog
Similar to “inurl” but only results containing all of the specified words in the URL will be returned.
Example: allinurl: android games
Similar to “inanchor,” but only results containing all of the specified words in the inbound anchor text will be returned.
Example: allinanchor: Apple iPhone
Similar to “intext” but only results containing all of the specified words somewhere on the page will be returned.
Example: allintext: android games
Returns the most recent cached version of a web page (providing the page is indexed, of course).
Find information about a specific movie. Also finds movie showtimes if the movie is currently showing near you.
Example: movie: infinity war
loc: place name
Find news from a certain location in Google News.
Example: loc: “Hyderabad” apple
Find sites related to a given domain.
Find news results from a certain source in Google News.
Example: Android source:the_verge
Proximity search. Find pages containing two words or phrases within X words of each other. For this example, the words “apple” and “iPhone” must be present in the content and no further than four words apart.
Example: apple AROUND(4) iPhone
Find the weather for a specific location. This is displayed in a weather snippet, but it also returns results from other “weather” websites.
Example: weather: Mexico
A dictionary built into Google, basically. This will display the meaning of a word.
Example: define: geek
See stock information (i.e., price, etc.) for a specific ticker.
Example: stocks: Microsoft
Force Google to show map results for a locational search.
Example: map: silicon valley
Convert one unit to another. Works with currencies, weights, temperatures, etc.
Example: $420 in Rs
These are some of the useful Google search tricks and still, many more are there but they aren’t that much useful. You can dig it out by yourselves if you want to know about them.