Updated: Mar 19
The use of national space to obtain regionally defined Google search results is now a relic. For example, it is Google.com.au for Australia and Google.co.za for South Africa. Along these lines, your default nation administration will be the U.S. on the off chance that you live in the States. Also, when you go to another country, Google will automatically change the country's administration and again back to the origin country on the date when you return.
According to the default Google regional settings, Google itself will transfer you to the country/region compared to your area.
In any case, how do you choose a custom area for Google search?
Well, that's easy.
Go to the search setting on chrome as shown in the mentioned screenshot below. Select search settings, and then select the desired country/region as needed.
How to change the area on Google Search?
Go to the Google Search page on any device like the iPhone, Android telephone, or computer. Look down to find “Settings” at the bottom of the page. On the computer view, you can discover the Settings alternative in the base right corner of the screen.
Next, we have to select the Search Settings.
On the Settings page, scroll to the bottom of the page for region settings for Search Results. Here, you can select the region you want from the drop-down menu and select Save to change Google Search location.
This method for Google Search country can be used on your Android, PC, or iOS devices. The update has been implemented for Google Search on the Google Search iOS app, desktop and Google Maps on mobile and computer both. For Google Search on your phone, you can spot the location on the bottom in a grey background. What happens when I change my Google Search country? Picking a different Google Search location can change your experience a bit. It will personalize details as per the new geographic location of the region selected by you. You may see different websites and search results for the same queries you say. Also, Google will show details about the newly selected region-specific events such as natural disasters and festivals that may be helpful to the local audience. Here, it will offer support for various local languages as well.