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15-Jan-2017 23:38

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These include synonyms, weather forecasts, time zones, stock quotes, maps, earthquake data, movie showtimes, airports, home listings, and sports scores.

Also, Featured Sources are now labeled, which they weren’t before.

The icons for those sources also have the name of the source below, now.

Prior to this update, the “Top News” was not at the top, but it is now.

Another change is that the banner with a background for Top News is gone and replaced with text stating that it is Top News and “Powered by Google News”.

Last week, many of us saw some server-side changes with Google Play Newsstand which brought along some UI tweaks to individual article pages.

Which means articles that are popular on Google News will be showing up there, which is what has been happening all along.

Another change with the Top News is that you can now see an excerpt of the article there, as before you only saw the title along with the publication that wrote it.

That’s basically it for changes to Google Play Newsstand in this update.

Version 4.0 of the app has begun rolling out to users, giving it both an all-new look, and a series of new features.

Last week, many of us saw some server-side changes with Google Play Newsstand which brought along some UI tweaks to individual article pages.

Which means articles that are popular on Google News will be showing up there, which is what has been happening all along.

Another change with the Top News is that you can now see an excerpt of the article there, as before you only saw the title along with the publication that wrote it.

That’s basically it for changes to Google Play Newsstand in this update.

Version 4.0 of the app has begun rolling out to users, giving it both an all-new look, and a series of new features.

The order of search on Google's search-results pages is based, in part, on a priority rank called a "Page Rank".