How to use the new Google Reader app in the UK
Google Reader is now available in the US and Canada, following a major rollout in Europe.
The app will be available for free in all US states on April 15, while Canada will be getting a free version starting on April 25.
It’s a major milestone for Google Reader, which was initially launched in 2015 as a free app for Android smartphones.
It was a critical piece of Google’s strategy to get people on the platform, with a range of services such as YouTube and Gmail that made it possible for users to use their Google Accounts to log into their favourite websites and services.
Google says that its Google Reader team is working on getting the app to the US, and has announced that the new version will be rolled out on March 16.
While the US version will only be available to those who signed up for the free trial, Google says that it’s still planning to offer a premium subscription option, which will allow users to access the service for $4.99 a month.