Last week, at its annual I / O developer cference, Google unveiled its new "News" applicati powered by AI. Replacing Google's neglected Newsstand service and csidered a direct competitor of the Apple News app, Google News is now available the App Store …
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Google News is based largely based the data she already has about you, paired with artificial intelligence. This means that ce you download the app and sign in with your Google Account, Google News already ctains articles and headlines that it thinks they will interest you.
In the app, the tab "For you" ctains a preview of stories that Google thinks you will be interested. For me, this has ranged from new policies to technology and sports.
Meanwhile, the "Headlines" feature is used to quickly browse the biggest news of the day. You can sort through the latest stories, as well as topics such as business, technology, sports, science, entertainment and health.
In the "Favorites" tab, you can add specific topics, sources and places Finally, the Kiosk tab allows you to see a magazine-like interface for specific publicatis, such as CNN , Fox News, The New York. Times, Reuters, and more.
Here's how Google describes the new applicati:
With Google News, you'll see:
Your briefing – It can be almost impossible to track all stories …