The search engine Google is reportedly experiencing a software problem preventing it from displaying top results when looking for specific items, according to Google+ users.
The bug, which is currently affecting Google+ and its own website, is reported to affect all searches and all users of the search engine.
Users on Google+ have reported seeing the top search results for many items on their own page for the past week, according a post on Google+.
This was reported by a Google+ user who goes by the name of the “Gone Home” who has since deleted her Google+ account and has posted a new account on the social network.
“We’ve been getting lots of reports on the issues with Google+ search.
Google+ is a very popular app, but it’s also very buggy.
Google’s team is aware of this and is looking into the issue,” the post said.
Users are also reporting that they can’t find items on the Google Shopping app, Google Wallet, Google Maps, and Google Play, even though these are listed in the search results.
“Google has told us it is investigating these issues and has fixed them, but they are not live yet,” the Google+ post said, referring to the Google Search app.
Users can still view the top searches on Google, but there are no longer the top suggestions and other results.
There are also reports that Google+ posts on its own site are not showing up in the top result when searching for items.
“For example, I search for a ‘hot dog bun,’ and my top results show a post about ‘hot dogs,'” a Google spokesperson told TechCrunch.
“However, if I type in the word ‘hotdog’ into Google Maps it shows a post that says, ‘Hot dogs not available.
Check out Yelp or Amazon.'”
While this is a major issue for many users, Google has already released a patch to fix the issue, as well as a fix to the “Googles bug.”
The Google spokesperson said the bug has been fixed, but the Google Wallet and Google Maps apps remain unavailable.
Google’s spokesperson said Google is working with Google to provide updates to its search app, as the software team has “a number of issues to address” in this area.
Google has a long history of fixing software bugs and bugs are still coming in to Google.
The search service is currently undergoing a major software update that will roll out over the coming weeks, and the search team is expected to address these issues as well.