Google Testing New Search Interface that Removes Top Black Bar

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It appears Google is about to revamp its search page to a cleaner interface. According to a report from Sohu IT (via Gizmodo), Google is testing a new search interface, new search interface, which will remove the current black navigation bar, Chrome OS and Android icon.

Instead, the new search interface will include options to select Google +, Gmail and Applications. Clicking on the “Application Icon will reveal a drop down menu of more Google services.

In February 2013,  Tecnonetblog published a video of the new interface in action:

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