Google Redesigns News Service For Feature Phones Using Opera Mini

According to the Google Mobile blog, the Google News service has now been strealined for feature phones using the venerable Opera Mini browser.

So we have rolled out a redesigned Google News for Opera Mini in all 29 languages and 70 editions of Google News. This includes an enhanced homepage featuring richer snippets, thumbnail images, links to videos and section content without explicit navigation, a convenient search bar, comfortably spaced links and the ability to access your desktop personalization on your phone.

This should go a long way to bring the comprehensive news aggregation service from Mountain view to more people from across the world who don’t use high end devices, helping to increase Google‘s reach across varying device users. To access it on your phone, simply log on to http://news.google.com.

2 Replies to “Google Redesigns News Service For Feature Phones Using Opera Mini”

  1. Does Google have a website where people all over the world can have easy access to post their opinions? If they did, I bet they could get a lot of former Topix.com posters over there on a regular basis. For lack of a better expression, Topix is a total pit and I'm not talking a good barbecue one either.

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