Google’s Chrome extension for reading news articles is now the default news app for the web.
The news app will be available in the Google Chrome browser for Android, as well as iOS, and Google says the extension is the first Google app to feature Google News on Android.
Google’s news app is available to users in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, France, and the United States.
News readers can also browse the app’s Google News page for the news of the day.
It’s unclear how many users have installed the Google News extension, which was originally available for ChromeOS devices, and whether it’s still available on other platforms.
Google announced the news app update in January 2017, and launched it on Android in June 2017.
News users will have to log in to Google to get news from the Chrome app, which will appear in the Chrome search bar if they don’t already have a search account.
Users can also sign up for Google+ and Google Hangouts groups to get alerts from their Google news feed.
Google News is one of the company’s signature apps, which features news, politics, and technology.
Google also added a new Google Docs section in Chrome OS with news, and it added a “Today” section for upcoming events and other news stories.
The app’s developer notes say that Google News can be used to keep up-to-date on what’s happening in the world and that it will be updated with news and other content every hour.