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A new study from Google’s Project Loon, which was launched in July to study the impact of satellite internet in the U.S., has found that Google’s news app actually performs worse than its competitors when it comes to news-worthy content.

The study, conducted by the Center for Digital Journalism at the University of Michigan, looked at more than 500 million news articles published by more than a half-dozen news organizations across the U-S.

The results showed that Google News’ news coverage was rated by its users as the worst news source, followed by its competitors’ news output, according.

The app’s performance also fell below that of Facebook, Facebook’s competitor, and even the likes of Twitter, according the study.

The researchers looked at the average ranking and clickthrough rate of news articles, as well as the overall average time spent reading a news article on Google News.

Google News users also spent less time reading the articles.

The most important factors for the app’s ranking on Google are the content quality of the article, the average time the article takes to load, and how much attention the app gets.

For example, if a news story takes less than two minutes to load on Google, the article’s average time to load is lower.

The report, which is being released today, found that there are a number of factors at play in Google’s ranking algorithm, including “overall quality of articles, the number of clicks a user receives per article, and the time spent with the app.

It also found that users who are engaged with the news story also tend to spend more time reading it.

In addition, the study found that the average app has a higher clickthrough percentage than Google News, suggesting that Google users are more likely to click on the app in the first place.

The analysis was conducted with more than 50,000 users, all of whom are now able to participate in the study, the report said.

The Google News app will not be rolling out in the United States, but Google will continue to provide free data and analytics for the platform, according Google.

Google said it will also continue to work with organizations to improve its news app, including developing tools to help users better understand and engage with their news sources.

We’ve been working hard on improving our News app for Android, and we’re excited to bring a few updates today to help improve your experience,” the company said in a blog post.