Google News have undergone quite a lot of changes the past few years. The last one we noted was when seven more language editions were added to its roster that was almost a year after the News app was made to look like Google
While Google News may not be the most popular news aggregating app out there, it does have its followers and user base, mostly those who are highly dependent on the whole Google ecosystem. If you are from any of the new countries
Whenever you need news or information, the first thing you do is get your smartphone or tablet and open your most favorite app. Perhaps it's Facebook to check your news feed or Twitter for what's trending. Others go directly to
In keeping up with the transformation of its basic apps into their “Material” design language, Google has now updated the look of its News and Weather app. The panel and card-type design now makes the app, which is built-in
Google is really putting its card-based aesthetic everywhere it can. That design style is now making its way to its browser-based Google News web app, making the service not just usable on mobile device but good-looking as well.
We are seeing more and more tablet friendly updates rolling out. In fact, it was just a few minutes back when we mentioned the availability of the updated New York Times app. And yes, that update brought a tablet friendly user