Google News app is now available on iOS and Android, in Australia, the US and Canada [Update: Now available in Canada]

Google’s new News app for Android and iOS is now a thing in the App Store.

This morning, the app has been available in the US, Canada and the UK, and the European app store has also rolled out the new version.

The app is available in Australia and New Zealand as well, with Google also releasing a video demo in each country.

The app is the latest of several Google apps to be made available on Android and the iPhone, including the Google Maps app and Google Calendar.

It’s worth noting that Google News on Android has long been a top priority for Google, and with the launch of the Google News iOS app earlier this year, the company appears to be taking that up with the app.

The Google News App has always been available as a standalone app for Google users, but the app now appears to work across iOS and the App store, with a few caveats.

First, the Google app is only available in two countries right now, the United States and Canada.

That means the Google news app will only work on iOS.

Google also notes that the app only works in the UK and Ireland, with no plans to add support for the US or Canada.

The Google News Android app is also currently only available on the Google Play Store in the United Kingdom, and it is not yet available in Ireland.

The second issue with the Google account that has to be addressed is that users need to be signed in with a Google account to be able to use the app on iOS, meaning it’s still a bit of a novelty for Google to be releasing an app for iOS and not Android.

Google has also not released the full list of countries and countries that it will be available in, so you can’t see all the available countries in the app yet.

However, there are already a handful of countries in Australia.

Google says the Googlenews app will be free for everyone who buys the Google Android app, and you can sign up for a free trial to get started.

The company will also make some minor changes to the Google search experience in the new Google News experience, including a more personalized experience for local news, local headlines, and local news recommendations.

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