The new partnership means more info in real time for end users. “We’re excited to team up with Google to bring Twitter’s unique, real-time content to Google’s search results,” said Twitter vice president Jana Messerschmidt. “It’s a great way to get real-time info when something is happening,” Google product manager Ardan Arac said in a separate post. For the instant, the new implementation will only be offered for those searching in the US, in English, using either their browser in iOS or Android or the Google Search App. Twitter promises support for desktop and other languages in the coming months. Technically, there’s a “carousel” of tweets at the top of the search results pages in Google and large images are displayed. It’s more probable to see tweets in Google when a hashtag, topic, person or organization appears to be trending. Clicking on individual tweets will launch Twitter from Google’s results.