Google Now always there for you to get the most recent news & updates on climate, TV gossips, business, tech world, latest score, and more. Even it allows you to customise the feed as per your preference by adding your favorite topics or cards in the app from around the world.
However, a few users reported on forums that they can’t disable Google Now Feed after updating to the latest Android Oreo. Hence, they are wondering how to disable Google Now Feed on Android Oreo 8.0.
Why you disable Google Now Feed on Android Oreo?
On Android devices Google Now runs as a background app and consumes internet and battery. If you want to turn that off for better device performance and longer battery life then it is a good idea to disable Google Now feed.
If you have recently updated your smartphone to the Android 8.0 update and found that Google Now has been automatically activated, then just go through these easy steps to turn off Google Now Feed on Android Oreo 8.0 device.
How to Turn Off Google Now Feed on Android Oreo
Step #1. Open Google App on your Android Oreo device.
Step #2. Next, tap on three horizontal line at the bottom right corner of the app. (if you don’t see it on your device, then there are three horizontal dots at the top right corner, just tap on it).
Step #3. Tap on Settings.
Step #4. Scroll down to “Your Feed” under the Search section and tap on it.
Step #5. Now, turn the toggle off next to “Show Feed”.
That was so easy, don’t you think so? Well, previously there was a direct Google Now disable option available in the app settings. But, in the Android Oreo, there is no disable option. So, this was the only option to disable Google Now on Android 8.0.
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Have you disabled Google Now Feed on your device by following this guide? If so, let us know it how it helps you to save your battery life and mobile data. Just drop your feedback in a comment below. Have any Android Oreo related query? Feel free to ask us!