Offers personalized news from many different sources
- Category News/Magazines
- Program license Free
- Version 188.8.131.523073409
- Size 16 MB
- Works under: Android
- Program available in English
- Content rating Teen
- Package name com.google.android.apps.magazines
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In the digital age in which we live, we all have started to move away from the traditional newspapers and magazines of yesterday. Instead, we demand that the current news and vital information we need to know be at the tips at our fingers at all times. Google Play Newsstand meets the challenge of providing a technological advanced population with digital access to all the news we need to know. The app is the latest iteration of this type of service provided by Google and replaces the company's old "Currents" app.
Whether you prefer reading the most current news articles or the more in-depth long-form magazine articles on a given subject, you are sure appreciate the thorough resources provided by Google Play Newsstand. The app offers information about all types of subjects including, leisure, sports, technology, and cooking. The best part is that all of this is conveniently located in the palm of your hand and is available whenever you want to access it.
Besides just reading the articles from the hundreds of publications available in Google Play Newsstand, you can also choose to "follow" a particular online magazines or other news sources so that you receive notifications when new articles are posted. By utilizing the "Read Now" function, you can learn of other journalistic pieces that may be of great interest to you. As an added bonus, you can even share the pieces that most interest you with your family, friends, and business associates via various social media platforms. The app will also let you bookmark certain articles for future reading.
- Places breaking news and in-depth articles in the palm of your hand.
- Bookmark interesting articles for future reading.
- Share your favorite pieces via social media.
- Some users find the interface to be poorly designed.
· Bug fixes and performance improvements