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Google's New Mobile Web Feed to get New Homepage Redesign by Noblex: 8:27 am On Jul 21, 2017



Google yesterday announced a revamp of the Feed, formerly Google Now, that focuses on delivering smarter, more contextual information that is better personalized. Limited to mobile for the moment, one report today notes that Google is bringing the Feed to the web.

Announced yesterday, the new Feed is smarter through the use of machine learning to provide better personalization based on your interests, as well as what’s trending locally and globally. The Feed can also better gauge your level of interests on a topic, while also allowing more manual curation and selection of topics.

In a statement, Google tells us that they hope to rollout “some version of the feed experience” to the mobile web. However, there are no plans to bring the Feed to the desktop.

Google previously experimented with a personalized homepage that featured various widgets and design customizations back in 2005.

Discontinued in 2013, iGoogle still required users to head to a dedicated site and did not touch the main Google.com experience.
In the early days of Chrome OS, Google Now cards appeared as part of the app launcher, but has not received notable updates for several years now.

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