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Google News to get a new interface design

If you are a reader of Google News then we have got some news for you. Rumors suggest that the service is about to get a big makeover. It I expected to be announced earlier in next week. The report suggest that there will be a new interface wed design that is to incorporate elements of Google’s digital magazine Newsstand app. It is also brought to light that the new tool is expected to include a news section of Youtube, for more in depth integration of content while aiming for a variety of services being offered on its network.

Sources have also identified changes in the apps available for Google on Android and iOS.

News stand pulls together news sources from around the world and lets you set up a daily briefing that delivers the most important stories of the day. There is also an option to let you save news items or download particular publications for a later read. It aims to improve its suggestion system over gradual time, bringing light to content that the user will be interested in.

Google aims to bring a consolidation of ways in which the user interacts with the news pieces on its forum and is a union of services under one brand name. Accelerated Mobile Apps technology will also be introduced so that the content on the web loads more quickly.  In 2015, Apple launched its News app is also under the works for major changes in its interface. It is expected that every endeavor by Google is to be unveiled at the Google I/O, which is the annual company developer gig. It is here that majority of the products by the organization are showcased.

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