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Google on Monday revealed a new feature on Google News that will give users access to news articles in two different languages.
“[T]his means you can stay up to date on the news in English and Hindi at the same time, and enjoy articles from local news outlets in both languages alongside one another,” the company explained on its website.
Users can change their language settings on the app under “Languages and Regions” to apply the new feature.
“We’ll still apply your previous personalization preferences, giving you the most relevant articles and topics you care about across your language choices,” Google further said.
According to the company, the feature is available across 141 countries in 41 languages on both Android and iOS.
Earlier this year Google also revealed a new look for Search on the desktop version of Google News.
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