Google is updating search on mobile devices this week.
The company added two new features, both aimed at getting users on the run to the information they want more quickly.
"When you're searching for information on the go, speed matters," wrote Hiroshi Mizuno and Alex Fischer, Google software engineers, in a blog post.
For example, to check for a new movie, mobile users will be able to look for a new quick link for "In Theaters" underneath the main link on the results page.
Also starting today, on some searches you'll see a blue "Quick view" badge next to a few results. Say you're new to poker or need a quick refresh on hands -- just search for "poker hands", and you can now click the blue badge and see a quick view of the Wikipedia page listing out the poker hands immediately.
Quick view is an experimental project and is currently enabled for pages from Wikipedia when you search in English on Google.com. Google is working to expand this to additional websites.