The Google News app is a popular mobile phone app that can be used to access the company’s vast database of articles, but it does not have the ability to fetch all the articles on the web.
The company announced a new version of the app called Omni.
The new version will include a feature that allows you to read articles directly on the phone, and it will also allow you to easily browse articles from Google’s cloud, according to a blog post by the company.
Omni has a variety of features that are not present in the current version of Google News.
One of these features is that it will automatically search for relevant articles based on the location you have set.
You can then tap on a specific article to go directly to the article.
Omni also has a new feature called “search results” that will let you easily see the articles you have read and then search them to see if they match the search criteria.
You’ll also be able to quickly jump to a particular article, if you’ve opened it previously.
Omni is a standalone app, so it will be able access Google’s data in other ways.
This means that you will be getting access to Google’s search data from other apps, and you will also be receiving search results from other sites.
If you’re on Android 7.0 and up, you can try the Google News Android app for free.
It is a free download.
If Google News for Android isn’t for you, you will need to pay for the Omni subscription for $6.99 per month.
You will also need to sign up for a Google account to receive notifications about updates to the app.
You should be able see this information on the Google Play store.
If your device isn’t on Android 8.0 or higher, you may want to check out the Omni version of Android 7 for the best experience.