article Is your newsfeed filled with the most sensationalized and offensive stories?
Do you need a reminder to check your spelling and grammar?
If so, this article is for you.
If you need help deciding which to read, here’s what Google has to say about it:The ‘bigger than Google’ bug is a problem with Google’s News Feed that was first noticed by Ars Technica, which is not itself an official Google product.
The bug affects Google News and a number of Google Drive apps, as well as a handful of other apps.
The bugs are widespread, affecting at least two hundred news and entertainment apps, according to Google.
The bug affects the News Feeds of a lot of the apps we use on a regular basis.
And it affects news that is shared regularly.
Google told Ars it’s working to fix the problem and that the issue is now isolated to Google Drive and News Feed apps.
It added that the problem has been around for some time, and the company hasn’t noticed any significant impact on people using the apps.
Google also said that a small number of apps affected by the bug are now able to properly handle Google Docs documents.
“We’ve been working on this issue since last spring and we’re very happy to report that it has now been resolved, but please bear in mind that this is only affecting Google Drive,” a Google spokesperson said in a statement.
“This bug affects only a small subset of our apps.
For the rest, we’ll continue to work to ensure that this issue is fixed quickly and easily for everyone.
We’ll also continue to closely monitor the status of this bug to ensure it does not impact other apps that we support.”
If you have a question about the bug, or want to ask for a fix, Google suggests you ask Google about the bugs: The fix is available in the Google Drive app and in the app for other apps, including Gmail, Drive, Google Doc, and YouTube.