Check or Change your Google News Settings

Changing app settings
Google News app Opens the Google News app.
At the top right, tap your Google Account profile picture, then News Settings.
Tap the setting you want to change.
Changing news display settings
You can change the settings to show more headlines at once and make news thumbnails smaller.

Google News app on your Android smartphone or tablet Open the Google News app.
At the top right, tap your Google Account profile picture, then tap News Settings
Enable a mini card.
General settings available
You can manage the following settings depending on your device and app version.

Languages ​​and Regions of Interest: Select up to two languages ​​and regions of interest.
Dark theme: You can use dark colors instead of light colors. Turn it on or off in your device settings. Learn how to use the dark color scheme
Mini Card: You can display news made up of smaller images and words.
Media and topics that you want to display less: If you choose not to display a particular publication, you can set it to display again.
Data saving mode: You can choose when to save mobile data.
Autoplay video: Choose whether to autoplay the video (always, disabled, or only on Wi-Fi).
Temperature: Select the temperature in Fahrenheit, Celsius, or Kelvin.
Find and control web and app activity
Google News app Opens the Google News app.
At the top right, tap your Google Account profile picture, then My Activity.
Learn how to view and manage web and app activity.

Notification settings available
You can manage Google News app notifications and daily briefing emails. Learn more about Google News notifications.

Save the news to read later
Save the news you want to read later. Learn how to save news

Customize your Google News content
On Google News, you can show more news you may be interested in and fewer news you may not be interested in. Learn how to improve the content you see

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