Google’s search engine on Android devices is designed to let users browse through stories that are shared by other users.
But some users have found that they cannot access news they need to read on the Google News app.
The latest news and events from the world’s leading news sources are listed in the Google app on devices like the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge.
The Google News application is designed for reading news from other apps on your smartphone or tablet.
To find the news you want to read, users have to go to the Google homepage and tap on the search icon in the top left corner.
Google News lets you browse through a wide variety of news sources from the top of the news reader and click on the “read” link to start reading.
It will also let you see the latest news from the same sources.
To get the news on your phone, you have to click on a link on the left side of the main news reader.
The article you want is highlighted in green, then a new window appears.
To read stories, you can tap the “open” icon on the bottom right of the search bar to open up a new tab and select a news source.
The new tab will display the news source you selected and you can scroll through the articles.
There is no way to share news on the Android app on your Google account.
However, some people have found the app has issues when it comes to reading news on their phone.
For example, when they want to share a story about a person with a friend, they can’t find the friend’s Google account and will get a “Please wait…” message.
The problem is not limited to the news app on Android phones, though.
When Google introduced a new version of its Android app, users reported problems accessing Google News.
The Android app is designed primarily to allow you to access news stories from a variety of sources, including the Google Search app and the Google Maps app.
To access Google News from a phone, users had to tap on a button at the bottom of the Google search bar and select the “Search” option.
Users reported the new version would display an error message when trying to access Google news from a computer.
This message was usually a warning that a computer could not be connected to the internet.
The error message only appeared when the phone was connected to a wireless network.
Other problems with the Google news app also have been reported.
One user reported that when he tried to add a story to his Google News collection, he would receive an error saying “You are trying to add new stories.
Another reported that Google News would stop responding when he tapped on a story.
The app would sometimes stop responding to his text messages and would also stop responding if he attempted to make a phone call.
On Android, Google has made several updates to the app in the past few years to address the issues that users have reported.
These updates include a redesigned interface, better search, and a way to save the articles you have read.
The search icon is also on the right side of Google News apps on Android and has a new, green button next to it.
When you tap the search button, the search results will be organized in alphabetical order and you will also see a list of all the articles on the site.
You can also tap on an article link to open it up in Google News, just like on the main News app on the iPhone and iPad.
If you want a different news source, you will have to swipe the new search button to open a new page.
While Google News has been redesigned, it is not the only app on Google’s Android mobile platform that is not optimized for reading the news.
Google News also does not let you use its own news reader app to read news.
Users have reported issues when using Google News in the News app in recent weeks.
Users said they were able to read articles from news aggregators like News.com, but could not read the articles from Google News itself.
Google has responded to these complaints, saying that users who have reported problems with reading news can go to its support forums to find out how to fix the problem.
While Google is making updates to its News app, it has not yet addressed the issues reported by users.