The new Google News API, launched on Thursday, enables search engines to create a personalized search experience for users.
The API allows users to search and browse news from across the web, as well as from within Google apps, like Google News.
This includes topics like weather, sports, and even political topics like terrorism and climate change.
For example, if a user searches for “weather and climate” and then searches for the word “climate,” Google News will provide a personalized list of stories based on the keyword “climate” in the news category.
This is a very new feature that has only been in Google apps for a few months.
The Google News team says that users will be able to filter news content by keywords or topics, and the list will be refreshed with new content regularly.
It’s unclear whether Google News users will have to wait until a specific date to see a specific article, or if it will just automatically refresh content whenever new content appears.
Google also says that it will be rolling out the API in the coming weeks.
The new API will also allow users to quickly jump to a specific news article by using a single tap on the “Next” button on the news feed.
The company also says it will use the API to allow for personalized searches and “optimize” results for users, like adding people to your News Feed.