Major revamp of the Google app starts rolling out to Android users

The Google Feed, Google’s revamp and rebrand of its “Google Now” card feed inside of the Google app, is rolling out to Android users. The Feed is mostly a new coat of paint for features that already existed, but let’s cover what’s here.

The first is the new tabbed-Feed interface. Open the Google app and at the bottom you’ll see three sets of tabs: “Home,” “Upcoming,” and “Recent.” “Home” is the news feed, showing suggested articles based on your search history. The “Upcoming” tab contains cards based on your calendar, e-mails, reminders, and suggested travel times. Finally there’s the “Recents” tab, which is basically your search history designed to look like the iOS recent app screen.

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