Google brings new personalized feed to its Search app in India

Google brings new personalized feed to its Search app in India

Thakur said the feed will also feature relevant happenings around the user's location. For instance, if you are searching for a movie in the past and it has now released, the Feed card will show you the nearest theatres and the show timings.

"The Feed builds on lot of our experience with search and learnings from Google Now which was built under the vision that information should come to the user" Thakur said. This is an obvious salvo in the ongoing internet war of fake news and viral partisan content, and Google says it's hoping for "a more holistic understanding" of the topics that appear.

If you've got an Android phone, you've probably stumbled into the Google app - at least by accident - before.

Also the two new navigational bars stay visible most of the time on the Play Store app except for when you open an app listing or perform a search or go into an app level category.

Google had launched the improved news feed on July 19, 2017, in the US. Check it out and start refining your interests to get the most out of it. Also if you wish to unfollow a topic on the Feed, there is a button for that too.

After rolling out a new and, they say improved, version of Google Feed to US users in July, Google has today announced that Australians will start seeing the improved Google Feed. For example, if you're a photography enthusiast but just casually interested in fitness, your feed will reflect stories in your feed accordingly.

It allows users to highlight their interests by following the topic in the app Menu- Customise- Follow Topics.

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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.

These will show beneath the most tending story in a separate horizontal scroll. Users can add or remove interests from here, and they can also remove certain publications from the feed.

Moreover, these feeds are customizable as well.

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