Polygon by Chris Kattan and Jeff Gerstmann The search giant has released a new version of its video search that has an updated video player that lets you explore your library of video games with ease.
Google says that the new search is now available in the Google Play store for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone, and the company is hoping that it will be rolled out to other platforms in the near future.
Users can search for games by title, by developer, by publisher, or by genre, and they can sort the results by player rating, reviews, and more.
You can also sort games by a variety of search criteria, like sales, downloads, reviews (if any), and more—including reviews for the game’s art, sound, or music.
While the new version doesn’t have a way to search for specific game genres or specific platforms, it does have a new feature called “Play Now” that lets users quickly discover a game by its publisher, release date, or release date.
The feature also allows users to sort games based on their player ratings, which allows users a better way to discover the games they love and those they don’t.
Users will still be able to search by game by title if they’ve been using the same search terms for a long time, but Google says that users will no longer be able find games by developer and publisher.
For more information on the new Google Play search, you can check out Polygon’s video review.