Last week, Google enrolled a new news feed feature to its app which smartly displays the latest happenings. The new feature by the tech giant uses the previous searched history, users location and the things users have followed along with the liked genre to share the news.
The new feature from the Google is released to realize people that the search engine works all the time to enhance their experience. The new news feed feature makes sure that the user up to date with the latest biz without being specifically searching for it. This new advancement is an example of the proactive approach of the Google to eliminate the traditional way of searching the news. The new feature is very engaging and helpful, but the Google is facing problem in releasing the feature in some of the Android smartphones.
The problem with the new attribute is due to the way its work on the Android smartphones. The news feed feature is a part of the Google application which can be accessed by swiping right on the many Android smartphones home screen. But here is the flaw the swiping isn’t loading the news feed as it should be on many Android devices.
According to a Google spokesperson, “The rollout to devices where the feed is launched from the home screen will take slightly longer due to technical aspects of the deep integration to the system,” mentioned by the recode.net.
Here is the irony the latest feature iOS working absolutely fine on the Apple devices as it loads by tapping on the application icon. The newest feature by the Google isn’t working properly on their own operating system, but working fine on the competitor’s devices.
This new news feed feature is dropped by the Google this week, but the Android issue is quite a considerable trouble for the company. Google is facing trouble enrolling new features and updates as it's own 85% of the majority of the smartphones holder globally. The problem is with the number of manufacturers that operate the device on the Android, a problem that Apple has never faced due to its own manufactures smartphones.