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The difference, though, is that Google’s Feed is based on your search history, not your social graph.
Your phone slows down over time When you brought your Android phone home from the store, it felt blazing fast.
But now there’s a new section on the left — called “Feed” — dedicated just to news that Google thinks you’ll be interested in based on your search history (and, presumably, whatever else it knows about you).
It’s rolling out, starting today, in the Google App on Android in the US, but other regions and i OS will come eventually.
That news was a hassle sometimes, like when all you want to know is where your package is for example.
Now there’s a separate tab for that kind of information.
Now, it takes a long time just to return to the home screen from your email inbox.