Google is updating its news app to allow users to easily navigate through a wide variety of stories.
The new search interface lets users navigate through more than 500 topics, as well as topics that have been previously only accessible by Google Search.
The news app, which has been in beta since early August, is the latest version of Google’s search app to be rolled out to its Android users.
The move comes in the wake of Google Search being blocked from certain mobile platforms, including Apple and Windows 10, due to concerns over search blocking.
The search app was removed from Google’s iOS platform, which it launched in 2015, in February.
The Google News app, the news app’s predecessor, was discontinued in 2016.
Google is not the only search company to roll out new features to its mobile platform, with Amazon now rolling out search integration into its Kindle Fire devices.
The feature is currently available only in the US, though it is expected to expand to other markets in the future.
Google recently rolled out a feature called “More News” that lets users search for news articles on any given topic, as a way to better integrate search results.
The company previously rolled out similar functionality to its own search results, which is similar to what Apple has introduced to its iOS and Android platforms.
The upcoming update is expected by the end of the month.
The announcement comes after Google announced that it would be rolling out new ways for its search app users to access relevant news and information.
It has also made some changes to the way it indexes and displays content on its mobile devices, including a change to the “top stories” section to allow for users to view more content at once.
The latest version, which will be released on March 14, is not yet available to Android users, but Google said it would eventually roll out to the iOS platform.
Google said the new feature was created to give users more choice when they’re searching for information.
“We’ve been working on improving our search app for many years,” Google said.
“Over the years, we’ve rolled out updates that made it easier to discover new and relevant news, as it became increasingly important for our users to be able to access and navigate our vast content catalog.”
The new update is also being rolled out across the entire Google News platform.
It should be interesting to see how many users are already using the new search features.
Google News was originally launched in 2006 and was rolled out over three years, with a beta version being released in March 2015.
The app has since grown to become the main search experience on Android, and was updated in August 2016 to support Google Search for Android.
The next major update to Google’s news app will come out later this year, with the new release coming on March 15.