Yahoo Rejiggers Browser-Based Search for iPhone
Jan 29, 2016, 1:56 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Yahoo says it has tweaked how it presents results to people who search from the iPhone's browser. iPhone owners who have Yahoo set as their default search engine will now see cleaner search results that display more data and make it easier to drill down into specifics. For example, searches for the Carolina Panthers will reveal scores, as well as schedule, roster, and individual players' performance details — all of which will be accessible from the main results page. Yahoo says the new results are available from any mobile browser on iOS devices as long as Yahoo is the default search tool.
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