Google Trends is the veteran Google tool that offers interested parties the web search trends, a virtual window that offers a real-time dataset the popularity level of searches for a specific topic in your search service.
Starting today, Google Trends will expand beyond web searches, as it has just integrated support for your Image, News and Shopping search sections, and also for YouTube.
This means that users can expand beyond content searches on the web to know on the popularity of a particular topic in terms of image searches, news, shopping, and even searches for that particular topic on YouTube.
Google has given the example of searches for singer Taylor Swift, where those interested can now know more than what is offered in the results of the search for the words Taylor and Swift on the web, since they will now be able to know, among others aspects, the popularity of searches for special performance videos available on YouTube or even the popularity of searches for images of specific performances.
In any case, new supported sections will be available in a new drop-down list right next to the filter options at the top of the page, where in any of the new sections, users will continue to have a series of interactive graphics with which they can delve into what they want to achieve on a given topic.
This novelty arrives today globally and for different languages of this tool.