The new AI-driven Google News app comes to iOS

Katie Ramirez
May 16, 2018

At the Google I/O 2018 developer conference, the search giant introduced a new and revamped Artificial Intelligence (AI) powered Google News app. Google also mentioned that the app will be rolled out to iOS users within a week. Nowadays it rolls out formally, replacing the present Google Play Newsstand, which started on iOS in 2104 as a magazine and news subscription hub.

Google launched its new Google News app this afternoon that was revealed at Google I/O last week.

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The dramatic redesign of the News app may lured people away from the popular Apple version, but time is needed to gauge the general reaction to the new offering. The AI that powers the app can arrange stories around subjects, and then it can group them into local events.

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The next section - "Headlines" - dives more deeply into the latest news, covering global, U.S., business, technology, entertainment, sports, science and health segments. "For You" provides you a Fast summary of five tales, Based on your previous reading habits, even though you can edit it by notification The program to show you less or more content on a particular topic.

The updated app comes with a new section called Full Coverage that gives readers a more complete picture of a story. After subscribing, opening the individual media publications opens up the respective media house' specific category system.

Tweets, opinions, analysis, and comments are curated into a big bundle of content related to whatever big news story you're looking at. With this new addition to the app, users can subscribe to media organizations who either offer a monthly subscription for web/print access or charge a monthly fee to bypass a web paywall.

Google at the I/O event has specified that with this Google News app, a user can find quality content from a diverse set of credible publishers and can discover new genuine sources.

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