The new version of Google News app is rolling out to millions of users, and the new version also includes a redesigned News feed.
The app will automatically refresh every day and have the most popular stories on top, as well as top news stories and top stories.
While the redesign was announced at Google I/O, Google has also revealed that the new News feed will also be available on Google Play, which has a similar layout to iOS.
Users can tap the home button on their Android device, scroll through a list of available news feeds, and choose a new News article from there.
When they tap “Edit,” the News feed on the home screen will be split into two sections, a News section and a section for the latest and greatest stories.
A few other new features include the ability to filter stories by keyword or date, as opposed to only by time or content.
For example, users can now see if a story has been “liked” by a certain number of people in the past 30 days.
Users will also now be able to search for a story from the search bar by heading to the Search box in the upper left corner of the home page.
For users who don’t want to open the app, Google will automatically create a new tab, a “personalized” section called “personal news,” where users can tap on any of the articles to get a personalized view of what they are reading.
The Google News interface is also available on the Chrome Web Store, which also has a Google News section, with the “New News” section showing a list with new stories.
The new news app also has some interesting new features for users who want to see what their favorite TV shows are doing.
Users are able to filter out the latest, greatest and most popular news stories by heading over to the news feed.
There are also some interesting news stories, like the fact that the New York Times is pulling a Trump and the New Yorker is reporting that Trump was the first presidential candidate to admit he cheated on his wife, the first major news outlet to mention the new president.
For those who want more details on the new Google news app, it can be downloaded from the Google Play store.
Google will also roll out updates to the News Feed app on the mobile web in the coming weeks.