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Stories are now part of Google Search because you can't escape them

Welcome to the future of mobile storytelling. Ever since Snapchat first introduced its Stories feature in late 2013, we've seen countless companies try and mimic the same formula with their own services. Following in the footsteps of Instagram, Facebook, and more, Google is the latest company to dip its toes in these waters. Before you grab your torches and pitchforks, this doesn't mean that Google is trying to launch its own social network where you share stories of yourself.
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