Google, by default, displays only 10 search results per page. While 10 may not be as bad, sometimes these top slots get occupied by irrelevant links and the actual, useful stuff can get buried deep within the subsequent pages. gInfinity is a Chrome extension that eliminates the need to navigate to next pages in Google search results, by pulling as much as up to 100 results on the first page. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and the following ten results will be displayed, and if you continue scrolling further, the process will be repeated until a total of 100 results are displayed on the very first page.
The extension itself features no icons or settings, whatsoever. With gInfinity installed, every Google search performed in Chrome would yield results in this manner, i.e., more results get pulled as you scroll down. One caveat, however, is that 100 is the maximum you get (despite the rather-misleading ‘infinity’ in the extension’s name). You will have to rely on clicking the ‘Next’ link once you’ve scrolled down all the way.
If you’re thinking this might not be the best way to scroll through search results think back to when you had to go through Google Image result one page at a time. Now that all results load on a single page as you scroll down, users are able to view more of them. The same concept applies to the search pages. Normal users do not go beyond the first five pages of the search results and sometimes the relevant information is on the tenth or twelfth page. Google results maybe really good but in the event you have several good results some will end up on later pages and users will ignore them. The extension is pretty useful in that regard and shouldn’t be disregarded without giving it a try.
gInfinity is a handy extension that makes it easier to scroll through results without clicking next each time. We believe users will find it useful because there’s hardly a case where you have to navigate beyond 10 pages in Google to find anything useful. Still, give gInfinity a shot and try it out yourself.
Update: The extension has been updated to support infinite search results, eliminating the 100-results limit that we previously reported. Now, it keeps loading results to the extent of whatever number is available on Google.