Google has added “escort” to its search engine, replacing “search” as the default search term for the search giant.
The search giant’s new “Escort” search feature will be rolling out across the Web on Monday, December 17.
Google says “escorts” are a safe and inclusive term that will allow search engines to show users how their searches will appear in search results.
“Escorts” can be found on the homepage of Google and the home page of some Google apps.
Users will be able to add a “search escort” to their Google profile, according to Google.
Search escort refers to a user’s escort or escort service.
“In addition to the search escort feature, we’re also making it easier for search users to discover more about the escort service they want to work with, including how much they’ll pay, what kind of escort services they want, and how many hours of escort service the escort will provide,” said David Hock, Google’s director of product management.
“By including escort services in Google’s search results, we’ll make it easier to find the right escort to meet your search needs and to get started with the service.”
The “Escorting” search term will be available in search engines and on the Google Play Store.
The Google search “escorting” is the only one to have been added to the Web.
It was initially added in 2008 to “escorted by” a company in the United Kingdom.
The term “escaped” was added in 2011.
“We’re excited to add the search term ‘escorted’ to our search engine,” said Google in a blog post.
“The ‘escorting’ term is a natural extension of the term ‘Escorts’,” Google wrote.
“It’s a term that gives search users a sense of safety and security, and it’s an easy way to find out if a company is offering safe escort services, what their escorts are like, and where they’re located.”
Google has been rolling out the new “escaping” search capability since October 2016.
Google also announced a “escending” feature in the Google Assistant in November 2016, which was not included in the new search engine feature.
Google has also added a “hidden search” feature to the Google Search app, allowing users to search the web anonymously.
Google said the “hidden” search is for “special needs” users, and not “normal” users.
Google added “hidden searches” to the Android app and Chrome browser last year.
Google Assistant features include search, voice recognition, and location tracking.
The company said its assistant will allow users to “do things that might not be obvious to people with normal hearing.”