YouTube is the only place you can stream news live from your phone or tablet.
But what if you just want to browse through a stream of live content?
That’s where news aggregator Google Now comes in.
Here’s how to watch live news on your smartphone or tablet with Google Now.
When you’re watching live news from your smartphone, you’ll see a notification when a stream has started.
If you want more, you can go back to the stream and select “More.”
This is where you can get more information about what’s happening in your live stream.
You’ll also be able to search the stream for “now,” “today,” or “all times.”
But that’s not all.
Google Now can also display your location on the screen.
If the stream is going to be on a big screen, Google Now will suggest the best way to view it from that location.
The more information you know about a live stream, the more information it will be able for you to see and answer your questions.
To find out more about how Google Now works, read our guide to the best Google Now apps.
Here are some of the other ways you can use Google Now: View a stream and share it with your friends.
If a stream is currently live, you may also be asked to add your friends to the feed.
Google will tell you if your friends have enabled notifications.