On mobile phones that run the Android system, the Google application is already pre-installed on them to perform a series of tasks, which goes far beyond the simple searches that can be done through the home screen of the devices. One, for example, involves automatically selecting news from multiple sites, so you do not have to individually access each of them through your browser for news.
In addition, an interesting function also related to this resource is the possibility of creating a filter for this news, that is, you can select only subjects that interest you. Here’s how to get news of your interest selected by Google on your phone.
Defining the subjects of interest
From the moment you set up your Google account on Android, the browser application is already beginning to prowl the Internet bringing news that it may find interesting. However, as stated above, the ideal is to manually select which subjects really matter to you. To do this, follow these steps:
- Go to Google Play via this link and make sure the Google app is up to the latest version;
- Now open the Google app and tap the “More” icon, which is represented by three lines;
- Go to “Customize Discover” and click “Follow topics”;
- Then select a topic and its subtopics. Once you’ve made your selection, touch “Done”. If you do not find a desired topic in the list, you can use the “magnifying glass” icon to manually search for subjects.
- Now that you’ve defined the issues when opening the Google app, simply go to the tab labeled “Discover” to get access to the news that has been leaked to you.
- In addition to what was shown above, even in the “Customize Discover” menu, there are other interesting items that you can change so that the Google application sends notifications that are of more relevance to you.
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