Google News gets ‘more natural and fluid’ tablet experience

Google News gets ‘more natural and fluid’ tablet experience

Tablet users who frequent Google News will soon find a new experience awaits them as Google has announced a new layout and features. Rolling out to U.S. readers over the coming days, those with a Nexus 7, Galaxy Tab, or any other Android tablet will enjoy a ‘more natural and fluid’ design. Details include intuitive gestures for finding new articles, more space between articles (breathing room), and a general magazine-like feel.

How do you get the new Google News on your tablet? Simple, just navigate the browser to news.google.com and enjoy!

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3 Comments

  1. masterpfa
    December 13, 16:19 Reply

    Google have been busy with their apps these past few months

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