Google Discover is a mobile app that lets you find content you didn't even know you needed.

It's a different way to search, which means that most of the active searching is gone.

If the system knows much about you, you can keep tapping to get new content.

Google makes suggestions for you based on what you search for and what you do on your device.

It looks at what you do on the web, what apps you use, where you have been, and where you want to go.

You can build your profile by following certain topics or people, and you can limit what Discover finds for you.

Users can search in a different way with Google Discover. In fact, it's not really a search in the traditional sense. 

Instead, it's a way to find content that fits your preferences and interests without having to ask for it. 

It makes suggestions for new content based on what you search for and how you use the Discover app. 

It also learns what you like so that the next time you use it, it can give you even better content. But how do you get your content into Discover?