Google has affirmed it knows of a bug that is causing search outcomes not completely to render for specific individuals.
As per grievances held up in the Google support forums, and on Twitter, this bug has been influencing individuals for at least a few days.
Once more, not every person is running into this issue. Search results are stacking impeccably elegant for the vast majority.
While others, similar to this individual in the Google forums, see a screen that resembles the one underneath:
As appeared in the example over, the bug is causing search outcomes just mostly to render before the screen goes clear.
Numerous others have reacted to the string saying they have a similar issue too.
I searched through Twitter for some other notices of this bug and just figured out how to locate a bunch of tweets.
That could mean the issue isn’t extremely across the board. It could likewise mean individuals essentially aren’t hurrying to Twitter to grumble about it.
Regardless, this is what I figured out how to discover:
@google any idea why the Google app on my Android phone can't display more than a few Google search results? It just cuts off and I can endlessly scroll a blank white list. This is supposed to be the one thing you're the absolute best at. pic.twitter.com/bVMx81xgcu
— Lincoln (@GuymanX09) July 22, 2019
#gHelp When I type in a Google search, I get 1 or 2 results then just blank screen. Everytime. It will blank out in the middle of images, searches, Wiki reads, anything. Help!
— dolshta waleed (@DolshtaWaleed) July 23, 2019
Is anyone else's Google search widget not loading results properly? For some reason, after the first few results the page is literally blank. Help! @Google
— Bryan Doughty (@DOOKIE_DOOK) July 24, 2019
Google’s Danny Sullivan, through the Search Liaison Twitter account, issued the accompanying statement on July 24 at 3:30 pm EST:
We're aware that for some people, our search results page might not be fully rendering. We're actively working to resolve this bug.
— Google SearchLiaison (@searchliaison) July 24, 2019
Up until now, that is the main word from Google concerning this issue. I expect we’ll get another explanation when more data is accessible.