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Google just added a new feature that lets you read news articles and videos on your Google News feed.

The new Google News feature, called Google Reader, is designed to allow you to quickly read articles, videos and other content from the popular news aggregator, Google.

The new feature lets you quickly read news stories, videos, and other media on your device, and to search for them by keyword, title, or by topic.

“You can now browse, search and download news articles from Google Reader with a single click,” Google said in a blog post announcing the new feature.

“You can also read news videos from Google News and search for videos by keyword or topic.

We’re excited to be able to bring this new feature to our customers, and will continue to add new features to help our customers get the best value for money.”

The new feature also lets you add and delete content quickly, including from Google’s own news aggregators, and has been expanded to include news stories from the BBC and The Times.

Google Reader is available for free on Google Play and Google’s YouTube app.

The app will also now allow you add videos and photos from YouTube, Google Photos, Google Docs, and Google DocSync.

You can view videos, photos and other images from YouTube and Google Photos in the Google Reader app.

You can also add videos, images and other files to Google Drive and share them with Google.

“We’re also excited to add support for other Google services, including Google Drive, Gmail, Google+ Hangouts, Google Groups, Google Talk, Google Tasks, Google Cloud Drive, Google Drive Web Storage, Google Calendar, Google Search, and the Google News API,” Google wrote in a statement.

“We look forward to adding more services and services for our customers in the coming weeks.”

You can read more about Google’s new news-reading feature here.