Stadia is an online game streaming service from Google, a company that is practically synonymous with search engines and the general concept of Internet search. Over the past two decades, the idea of “googling something” has become a standard part of the language, which is why the search engine Google has become dominant in popular culture.
By the way, today, 526 days after its first launch, Google has finally added a search bar to the Stadia store so customers can better search in the 172 games currently available on the service.
In addition to a revolutionary new search bar (which Google says will be available to all players this week), Stadia also introduces a new way to sort player libraries to keep track of purchased, free and Stadia Pro games. The company also teased an upcoming news feed that it plans to roll out in the future.