The Next Google Reader is getting a new look.
The company is announcing a new family-friendly version of its search engine that will include more child-friendly features.
The new redesign of Google Reader features more child friendly options, including the possibility to browse through a child-free photo gallery, and the option to hide content from children.
The new design will be rolled out to users starting tomorrow, the company said in a blog post on Tuesday.
Google Reader was updated last year to include a child option, but Google didn’t make the change permanent until September.
The changes to the current design include making child-friendliness the default search option, as well as providing an option to disable the feature altogether.
Google said it added child-Friendly options to Google Reader in January 2017, but didn’t specify how many users used them.
Google Reader users can also opt out of a child search feature by clicking the “Hide Search” button.