In November of 2017, Google’s chief executive Eric Schmidt took to Google+ to announce that Google News was finally free.
“Now Google News is free to all,” he wrote.
“You can read the news that matters to you, as if it were a book.”
As it turns out, it wasn’t always.
News sites still charge for access to Google’s services, but that doesn’t stop Google from keeping the pricing for itself.
The pricing scheme changed in March of 2018, after a spate of high-profile security breaches exposed Google’s privacy policies and forced the company to revise its privacy policies.
As it turns, the news sites’ pricing is now significantly lower than they used to.
Google News for iOS and Android Now, you can get Google News on your iPhone and Android devices, too.
The Google News app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch is available for both the iPhone and the Android platform.
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While Google has made some changes to the way it collects and distributes news, it’s still a paid service.
The app will charge you $1 for each article you read and will give you a link to view the article in its entirety.
As you can see, Google News does not allow you to remove articles.
You’ll need to either sign up for a paid subscription or manually delete all the articles.
There’s also no way to delete individual stories or to delete them from your Google News library.
The only way to remove all the content is to remove Google’s ad-supported news aggregator.
For now, though, you should stick with Google News for now, and it should get better over time.
Updated March 6, 2018 11:15am