The update will launch in the USA first and roll out internationally "in the next couple of weeks". The update is adding a new personalized news feed that Google refers to as only "the feed". Over the past few months, Google Now has been angling itself more and more towards content and interests, and today, Google has announced that Google Now, at least the name, is being replaced with the "Feed".
Google introduced the feed in the Google app in December. Unlike Google Now, Feed's list of information is based on the topics that the user follows, but it uses the Google Search history and Chrome browsing history to accumulate information to present relevant and personalised results. This will let users fact check articles and see other relevant information about a topic. "The more you use Google, the better your feed will be", Thakur wrote.
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Machine learning is a pretty big draw, but obviously, it's not going to be able to gauge your interests and disinterests accurately 100% of the time, especially at first. No longer will you need to pick which cards you want to see inside the Google app. Google's machine learning algorithms will track what you search for to anticipate the things you'll want to know about. Google expects that Feed could make Google app as popular as Facebook and Twitter. Just search your favorite music band, sports team, movie or TV show and click follow. Google's new feed will hopefully do a better job. Rather than create a copycat feed that depended on them and fell short in their absence, Google purposefully built a ghost town that treats their omission as a feature, not a bug. Google's been working on this kind of view for years. At the top of the card you will find a header that puts your interests front and center, that will allow you to search the topic with one tap.
Google's feed also aims to offer broader context to the stories that appear by offering multiple viewpoints from a variety of sources, as well as other related articles, according to the post. The company does not plan to include this feature on desktop browsers.
Google previously tightened its developer registration systems shortly after the "Google Docs" incident in order to reduce the chances of a rogue plugin getting through.