Google is launching its first ever global trend tracking service on Wednesday, aimed at tracking popular trends and breaking down the importance of a certain word or phrase in a given context.

The platform will include a new section for “90s,” which will include new categories like “90’s movies,” “90S music,” “80s TV shows,” and “90-90s fashion.”

The news follows similar changes to the Google Trends app for Apple’s iOS and Android, which were announced in October.

Google’s announcement follows recent moves by Facebook to streamline its search results, while Microsoft also rolled out a new tool to track and filter searches for specific terms.

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