Google Now gets broken up into two feeds.

An update rolling out to the Google app breaks up the feed into two separate sections — one dedicated to news updates, and an "upcoming" section that details your personal info, including daily schedule, flight info, appointments, and more.

Google app update

The app still pulls in data from Gmail, Calendar, and other sources, but all that information now lives in the upcoming tab. By default, you'll see updates from your favorite news publications, people of interest, music, and sports teams. There's still the option to customize your feed, and Google says that the more you use the feature, the "more tailored and relevant" it becomes.

The reorganization means that your feed isn't as cluttered, making it easier to find relevant information. For instance, if you're looking to find the tracking number for a parcel, you don't have to dig through several news stories to find the information. It would've been better if Google defaulted to the upcoming section, but the company is looking to highlight its "interests" section, and as such the news feed is what you'll see when you open the app.

The update is now rolling out to users in the U.S., and will be available in other countries shortly.