Google has launched the news Feed feature globally
10 September, 2017, 08:27 | Author: Marjorie Miles
It is quite possible that you are already having the latest version of Google's security suite as everything happens silently in the background. The future search will then give results by prioritizing and filtering them according to the pages, social media accounts, blogs and alike followed by the user.
The update would help users better tune the flow of news and information from the web to smartphone, enabling users to dig deeper on topics you're passionate about. As part of the global availability of its personalised Feed on Google app, the company rolled out the feature in India on Friday, with an additional capability for the local market.
Google new Feed update is inclined to take this usability forward with more systematic, easier to users.
Google wants users to spend more time on the Googleapp, instead of using it only when they have a query. It's only for certain types of search results, like artists and public figures and popular movies or TV shows, at least for now.
It was also officially stated, "Should you choose, you can unfollow a topic or interest - simply tap a given card in your feed and unfollow, or visit your Google App settings to remove it from your feed".
Imagine an app that offers you news and real-time updates on topics only you care about. One can access them, by tapping on the three dots icon at the top of every feed. Now you get a bevy of options such as "Hide the story", "Not interested in stories from the website", "Customise stories" or "Send feedback". Feed will also show contextual information related to your search term. Users can also fact check a story before reading or sharing it on social media. You can activate or enable this featureright from the Play Store which comes as a default application to download new apps and games for your Android. Moreover, the new Feed will continue to evolve based on users' engagement with it. So how does Google show you relevant stories?
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