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Google News has a new look: this has changed

If you’ve been browsing on your phone or desktop, chances are you’ve come across bits of local or international news through Google Discover or Google News.

Google News is a collection service that collects news from thousands of publishers and magazines around the world and then displays it to users like you. For many, this is their primary source of news and information.


Google has announced that Google News is getting a fresh new look. Let’s take a look at the new look of Google News, what has changed and what we can expect from Google News in the future.

Google News gets a new look

Like most popular sites from long agoGoogle News was launched in September 2002. On the occasion of its 20th anniversary, Google is giving it a little makeover. The announcement was made in a blog post shared by google

The original Google News seemed much more clunky, with a navigation bar on the side and widgets on the left.

Google’s updated design for Google News seems much more modern. The category navigation bar has been moved to the top and the design has been refreshed.

What has changed with the Google News redesign?

As seen in the images above, the original Google News site has a left sidebar whose top section contains categories such as Top Stories, For You, Following, Saved Searches, and COVID-19.

The lower part of the left sidebar contains categories such as Local News, World News, Business, Technology, Entertainment, Science, Sports and Health.

In the right sidebar there is a special section for local weather and fact checking, which: allows you to verify information† All the above categories have been removed from the sidebars in the new Google News.

They are now tabs on the top toolbar of the new Google News site, making the site look like a stripped-down version of the original Google News site.

The new Google News site has a Your briefing feature that contains all your most important news recommendations, more like feeds in Chrome† Along with the cleaner margins, they allow you to focus more on the news without the surrounding clutter of the old Google News site.

How to try the new Google News

Like many other users, you probably want to check out the new Google News for yourself. Fortunately, the process is simple and straightforward. To use the new Google News, do the following:

  1. Visit Google News through Chrome on your desktop.
  2. Go to the top of the new look announcement page and click Try it

  3. If you use one non-chrome browserclick on either Take a look or Log in and switch

Spend some time on the new Google News site and see if you notice any changes in the way your usual news is displayed.

How to return to the original Google News

If, for whatever reason, you prefer the original Google News, you can also easily go back to the previous site. Here’s how to get back to the original Google News site.

  1. While still on the new Google News site, click the gear button. You’ll find it near the search box, next to the Help button.
  2. click on Settings

  3. Go to the bottom of the page and uncheck the box Get started with the new Google News box, and you’ll be back to normal.

Note that you must be signed in to your Google Account to return to the original Google News. You can switch between the two sites as often as you want.

What to expect from the new Google News

The new Google News prioritizes local news and personalized content. It is also much easier to navigate and has a better user interface, which helps to improve the user experience.

For example, with the layout of the new tabs, similar to most websites, you can quickly switch from Local News to World News and vice versa with a simple click. You can also access Settings more easily.

Whether you settle for the new Google News or the original Google News, you can be sure to get the usual daily dose of news and information for which Google News has become popular.

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