A recent change to Google Reader has made it much easier for people to find out what’s being covered by a specific title or author.
The news aggregator now uses the same search engine for all news articles in the app.
As of this writing, the changes were only visible in the Google Reader news app.
The company has not said whether or not it will update the app to include the changes, and users have been reporting their experiences.
Read moreGoogle Reader’s changes are rolling out gradually across the app, but the changes have been in the news section for some time.
Earlier this year, the app added the ability to quickly see a list of new news articles from specific publishers.
In its latest update, Google Reader users are also getting the ability of quickly and easily adding stories to a search bar.
A search bar will now display the latest story to your right, rather than the one directly below it.
Users will be able to scroll through the news feed to get to the most recent story.
A similar feature has been added to the news app for the past couple of years, and it’s similar to how Google Reader works.
Users can add stories to their search bar with a click, and the search bar now displays the most recently added story, rather then the one that comes first.
If the newest story in your news feed isn’t in the top five most recent stories in your search bar, then you can easily skip to that story.
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