The search giant announced Wednesday that it’s making the next-generation version of its popular Newsbot tool available to users of its News app for free.
The news service’s Newsbot team, which is based in Palo Alto, Calif., has long been using the tool to analyze how people are using the app.
But the software is now being expanded to include news that is published by the likes of Facebook and Twitter, the companies said in a blog post.
“It’s important for us to build the best news product possible,” said Newsbot CEO Ryan Calo.
“We want to be as transparent and transparent as possible.
We want to make sure that our users can find what they want in the news and we want to keep our users informed.”
Newsbot has been used by thousands of users in the past year, with Newsbot now offering Newsbot Plus, which gives users more control over the search feature, and Newsbot Pro, which offers a few extra features like personalized results and news alerts.
The company says its users also use the app to discover new content and news sources, and it will soon offer an update that makes it easier to search for news by topic.
Google Newsbot is a product of Newsbot’s previous incarnation, which was called Newsbot and was based on Google’s Search Engine, or SEO.
The former was launched in 2011, and the latter was launched earlier this year.
Calo said NewsBot is built on top the technology from Newsbot 3.0, which introduced search suggestions based on what people search for.
For instance, users can now specify that news topics they want to search on will appear in search results, and that news that appears in the results will be included in the search results as well.
While Google Newsbot 2.0 was limited to topics of interest, Newsbot 4 will allow users to search by topics that include keywords like “lots of,” “big,” “news,” “food,” and “science.”
The Newsbot news app will be available for iOS and Android from the Google Play store for free, and Calo said the app will also launch on Apple’s App Store later this year for $1.99.