The search giant has rolled out a new feature that will allow people to search through its content for news items and links.
The feature was announced Monday at Google’s developer conference in California.
It lets users search through Google News for news and content and then see relevant stories and links from their search history.
It works by searching the Google News results with the keyword “news” or “news search.”
Users can search for specific news articles by entering a title, a headline, and an article title.
Users can also search for links to stories and content, which allows them to quickly get to a specific story or article without scrolling through the news results.
Google News is one of the biggest news sites in the world, with more than 100 million monthly unique users, according to Alexa.
News Search has a “great opportunity to help build our content strategy” by bringing new news and stories to Google, Google’s senior vice president of content marketing Ben McConville said in a blog post.
The news search feature will roll out in a few months.
It will be a free feature for all Google users on Android phones and tablets, as well as desktop computers, according the blog post, which is available on Google Play.
Google said it will continue to improve News Search to keep it relevant and relevant for everyone.
It said that it will also add more ways for users to discover and consume news through news stories and search.