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How to get your feet wet with the new Google News API

How to install Google News on your phone, tablet or computer in minutes.

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The new API has several changes in its early days, but we’ve compiled a quick guide to help you get started using it right now.

Here’s how:You need a Google account and a Google Developer account (you’ll get both later).

Google will send you a notification when a new article has been published, but it will not send you the article itself.

Instead, you’ll be sent an alert if an article has changed since it was published.

To get started, sign up for an account on the Google Developer Network.

You’ll be asked to sign up with your Google Developer Account to get access to Google Developer Tools, which are tools Google uses to help developers improve their apps and services.

Google is currently working on making it easier for developers to integrate with the API.

Developers can now use a single click to install the API on a device or to access the API directly from within an app.

You can also install it directly from the Google Play Store.

If you’re not already signed up for Google Developer Console, you can sign up here.

If Google does not send an alert to you once you’ve installed the API, you should continue to follow these steps to get the API installed:Open your Google account.

Go to the Google developer dashboard.

Under the Accounts tab, scroll down to the “Devices” section.

Select the Google account you just installed.

Select the Google Services and APIs tab.

Select “Google APIs” and click “Start.”

Google will automatically start a web server on port 8000.

When it starts, it will send a message asking you to accept the Terms of Service.

This will take about 10 minutes.

If it does not, click on “Yes, I accept” to accept it.

If you don’t accept the terms of service, the web server will shut down and the API will not be installed.

After it’s finished installing the API (or if it fails), you should see a message on the Chrome web browser saying “Your API is ready to use.”

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