When it comes to news, the search giant is known for being a powerhouse in the world of search, with billions of users around the globe.
But Google has long been criticised for its lack of a dedicated news app, as the app is far too bloated to handle the variety of news sources that people want to access.
So Google has now launched a new news app in the hopes of fixing that.
The new news platform, called Google News, will allow users to discover and read up to five different news sources from different countries around the world, as well as the latest news from around the World, according to a release from the search company.
And Google has made the app more comprehensive, with news from across different countries and news from all corners of the globe available in a variety of formats including text, audio and video.
The app will also offer news stories from the US, UK, France, Germany, Canada, Brazil, Argentina, Russia, China, India, and other countries around a global map.
This is just the latest in a long line of news apps that Google has released over the past year, including its Newsstand, Google News for Android and Google’s own app for iOS.
The company has also been rolling out new versions of its own apps to allow users access to its massive catalog of news and other content.
This isn’t the first time Google has rolled out a new version of its news app for mobile devices.
Last year, Google introduced its new app for the iPhone and Android devices.
The app now has a full complement of over 1 billion articles, and Google News now has over 7 billion daily unique users.
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