Indian drivers are still waiting for the official arrival of the Google News app, which they hope will bring the country’s favourite news aggregator to their smartphones.
On Wednesday, Google confirmed to NDTV that it will be rolling out a new version of its Android News app in India on July 1.
Google has confirmed to India Today that the new app will be available for download for Indian users.
The news app will have a feature that lets users add stories that appear relevant to them, which in turn will be shown in the news feed.
According to a blog post on Google’s blog, the new feature will be used by Indian users in the coming weeks.
Google said it will also roll out a “new and improved version of Google News that includes all the news, information, and news videos you love, with more content to come soon.”
Google’s news app has been in India since June 2016.
The app has a massive and active following among the Indian diaspora.
Google’s India operations are now run by Google India CEO Deepak Goyal.
The new app is a departure from Google’s Android News that is largely dominated by Indian content, which includes stories from local newspapers and television channels.
The latest Google News features include a section on Indian cricket and a section dedicated to cricket events.