Google Quietly Launches ‘What Do You Love?’ Site

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Google wants to know what you love.

That’s according to a new site it launched earlier this morning. Sneaking one past us, What do you love? (http://www.wdyl.com) seems to be an amalgamation of search results throughout Google’s products and services all rolled into one.

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The new site, appropriately complete with a search button that’s a heart, has a nice, fluid design that should appeal to most eyes. According to a TechCrunch source, the Google site’s goal is to “create a unified UI to search in multiple channels.”

The site searches through Picasa, product search, trends, alerts, pictures and more. There’s also Gmail and Google Calendar integrated. Broad search terms seem to work best, but the site in itself is not hugely useful. However, it does showcase what Google can offer pretty well, if that’s what the company is going after.

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