Google’s Google News app now includes the NFL games that were streamed to its users through YouTube.
The app’s video section now features NFL games from the past week, as well as new and old games.
Users can also search for games by season, location, and game, and see the scores and ratings of the players and teams.
Users can also stream their favorite games, including the playoffs, to Google TV via Chromecast.
The feature will be rolled out to Android and Apple TV starting next week.
The app also has the option to display live games through a Google Now search bar.
Users will be able to search for their favorite team by the number of games they have watched and the number they are searching for.
This is the same search option found on the home page of Google News.
Google will also begin showing search results from users who have a subscription to the Google News YouTube app.
Users who subscribe to the YouTube app will also be able access the new search bar for the Google Now app.
This will allow users to search directly for NFL games without going through the app.
Google has been rolling out Google News to Android users as part of a broader push to get users to use the Google+ service, which includes a new feature called Google Now, and also is expanding to Apple devices.
The company is now rolling out the feature to Android in beta.