Check or change your Google News settings

You can control your Google News settings. These settings include your language, region, text size, and whether videos play automatically.

Important: This feature is only available if you're signed in to your Google Account.

Change settings in app

  1. Open your Google News app Google News app.
  2. At the top right, tap your Google Account profile picture and then Settings Settings.
  3. Tap the setting you want to change.

Change story display settings

You can change your settings to see more headlines at once and make story thumbnails smaller. 

  1. On your Android phone or tablet, open your Google News app Google News app.
  2. At the top right, tap your Google Account profile picture and then Settings Settings.
  3. Turn on Mini cards.

Available general settings

Depending on your device and app version, you can set your:

  • Languages and regions of interest: Pick up to 2 languages and places of interest.
  • Dark theme: Use dark colors in place of light colors. Turn on or off in device settings. Learn how to use a dark color scheme.
  • Mini cards: List stories with smaller images and words.
  • Sources and topics to get less of: If you’ve chosen not to get a publication, you can choose to get it again.
  • Data saver mode: Pick when to save mobile data.
  • Autoplay videos: Pick whether to play videos automatically always, never, or only on Wi-Fi.
  • Temperature units: Pick Fahrenheit, Celsius, or Kelvin.

Find and control your Web & App Activity 

  1. Open your Google News app Google News app.
  2. At the top right, tap your Google Account profile picture and then My Activity. 

Learn how to see & control your Web & App Activity

Available notification settings

You can control your Google News app notifications and daily briefing emails. Learn about Google News notifications.

Save stories to read later

To read news articles later, save them. Learn how to save stories.

Personalize your Google News content

You can have Google News show more stories that you’ll like and fewer that you won’t. Learn how to improve what shows for you.

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