3,200,000 users signed up for the service last year, making it the most popular source of news and data in the company’s history.
It has since been expanded to include video, images and text as well as news from around the world.
In 2016, Google announced it was launching a new service, which aims to deliver information to a wider audience.
The company is currently testing the new service and said it will “soon start rolling out to all of our users”.
The new service has already had a few users on board.
Read more about Google News: Google News – the new site from Google (UK), Google News article 3 million Google News subscribers (Google News) The news service has been around since 2009, but was created to make information more accessible for a wider set of people.
It is still a niche product, with around 30 million people using it.
But it is gaining ground among users who want more granular, more personalised and more targeted information about the company they work for.
The new site aims to make this more accessible and personalized, and will allow users to quickly access relevant and relevant news stories.
The news service is also expanding to include videos and pictures, as well, which are used to give the content more context.
Google says it will use the data it gathers from the new feature to help improve the product.
The site is available in Google News apps, as a separate app, as an extension or as a standalone site.
Google News version 8 Google News app version 1.2 million users signed on to the new Google News site in 2016 (Google) A number of news sites are already using Google News to provide the latest news and information.
In December, the New York Times used Google News in its News section to provide its readers with the latest stories and analysis.
In July, Google News was used to cover the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, which also featured some of the most exciting and exciting events in the world, including the football World Cup, and the Rugby World Cup.
Read more: New York Daily News – The Olympic news that matters, by New York (US)