AI-powered Google News app now available on iOS App Store

AI-powered Google News app now available on iOS App Store

AI-powered Google News app now available on iOS App Store

A "For You" section surfaces news articles based on browsing history and utilizes artificial intelligence. At its recent Google I/O conference, the company promised that the app would make heavy use of machine learning and AI to deliver news from a variety of different news sources and would give its users the full picture of a story rather than just relying on a single viewpoint.

There's also a list of Headlines, which is a mix of news across various categories, such as sports, tech and business. "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.

Meanwhile, the "Headlines" feature serves as way to quickly skim through the biggest news of the day. The ' Favorites' section gives the starring news topics.

Your briefing - It can be almost impossible to keep up with every story you care about. Data Saver Mode is enabled by default, but you can change this to always be on or turn it off if you've got plenty of data to burn through. With your briefing, easily stay in the know about what's important and relevant to you. There are numerous fears that outlets are getting more and more divisive and partisan, that search engines are inadvertently promoting "fake news", and that the quality of journalism is in decline as publishers struggle to monetise their content in an advertising market dominated by a few key players and haunted by ad-blockers.

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Tapping this will take you to a Full Coverage page, and here you can browse through top coverage of the matter, related videos/tweets, a timeline of how the chronological events, and opinion pieces/analyses.

However, first impressions of the app suggest that Google's algorithms still have a little way to go if they want to provide a truly "curated" news service.

Google News is finally the news app Google fans have been waiting for. Here, you can choose to only download content over Wi-Fi, only download while charging, and have magazines automatically download to your device when a new issue arrives. "At its core, this technology lets us synthesise information and put it together in a way that helps you make sense of what's happening, and what the impact or reaction has been".

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