Google Discover is the company’s recommendation engine part of the Google app. It allows users to see what other people are talking about and discover new content based on their interests. Now, Google has announced that web stories will be integrated into its Discover platform, making them look like standalone webpages that can be viewed as a carousel-like interface.
Google Discover is the company’s recommendation engine part of the Google app.
It helps you discover new things based on your interests and what you’ve recently searched for.
Google Discover is available to users in the Google app on Android and iOS, which can be accessed by swiping to the left from your home screen. Once it’s launched, you’ll see a carousel of personalized stories based on your preferences and other factors like location or time of day.
Web stories are essentially like standalone webpages that have a carousel-like interface.
They can be accessed from the Google app and only available in the US, India and Brazil at the moment.
They look like this:
The new feature is currently only available in the US, India and brazil with a global rollout expected soon.
Google Discover is a recommendation engine that uses machine learning to recommend content based on what you’ve already read and viewed. It’s accessed through the Google app in your phone or tablet (or as an extension), but it can also be found at Discover.com on desktop computers if you have Chrome installed ther
Web stories will be integrated into Google Discover, allowing users to view them in a carousel format, similar to what one would see on Instagram or Snapchat.
Google Discover is a personalized feed of stories that you can see on the Google app. It’s similar to what you’d find on Instagram or Snapchat, but with one key difference: these are standalone webpages with a carousel-like interface.
Web stories are currently only available in the US, India and Brazil.
This new feature is currently only available in the US, India and Brazil with a global rollout expected soon. While web stories are not a replacement for web pages or news articles, they are an interesting way to provide more personal content than what’s found on Google+. What do you think? Are you excited about this feature? Let us know in the comments below!