Skip to content

Google releases Bulletin app for sharing hyperlocal community news

Google has launched a new app called Bulletin, a news app for Android which is designed to aim to allow users to collate local news for other users. This will allow users to share hyperlocal new stories on a community platform from your phone. The Bulletin app from Google will highlight some inspiring stories which aren’t being told.

The stories on Google Bulletin will be impactful and will help you to tell stories which haven’t been mentioned yet. The Bulletin app is open to the public and is easy to discover on Google Search, social networks, via email and messaging links.

There is no setup needed to create a story, anyone can create a story using their smartphone only. With this app, anyone can contribute to local stories and be a voice of your community.

How does Bulletin app work?

Google Bulletin

The bulletin is a free, lightweight app to tell your stories using pictures, video clips or texts right from your phone. You don’t need to set up a blog or website to publish your content. The Bulletin app is limited for some specific users in Nashville, TN, and Oakland, CA, if you want to test the app before anyone else, just request for early access.

You obviously need a Google account for early access. Other requirements for requesting early access are – email address, name, city, and state. You also need to provide your smartphone make and smartphone’s model. Additionally, you need to mention that if you are a member of any media industry.


Abhishek Bhatnagar

Abhishek Bhatnagar, a known technology blogger & YouTuber from India. A Software Engineer by qualification, now he works as the editor-In-Chief, Webmaster, & Managing Director at Gadgets To Use. He runs a number of other technology websites as well.