Building on the Instant Search functionality, which explains real-time web results as you type your search query, Instant Pages will now load your chosen result immediately after clicking on the page.
The service works by predicting which result a user will prefer from the list and instantly starting to pre-load it as soon as the search results are intended.
Google will use your previous search history, 200 other algorithms, as well as its natural means of ranking searches through significance to your query.
Following it’s unveiling at the Inside Search event in Mountain View, California, Google calculated that the new feature will save between 2-5 seconds for every single search.
Instant Pages is rolling out today in Chrome Beta, with a mobile version arriving in the coming weeks.
Also during the Inside Search event, which focused heavily on new ways to accelerate your search experience, Google publicized that Voice and Image search will be coming to desktop browsers.