Google Play Newsstand

Google Play Newsstand

By Google, Inc.

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2011-12-08
  • Current Version: 4.9
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 80.62 MB
  • Developer: Google, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3/5 ( 2,805 Reviews)
  • Price:
Google Play Newsstand App Ratings: 3
Total 2,805 Reviews

Google Play Newsstand App Description

Google Play Newsstand is a personalized news reader that provides a single destination for browsing the topics, news sources, and magazines you care about. Enjoy access to thousands of free and premium news sources, leading magazines, and specialized publications. Newsstand’s catalog includes The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Wired, The New Yorker, Quartz, Vox, Refinery29, People, Fast Company, Harper’s Bazaar, GQ, Vanity Fair, and much more… Whether you want to quickly scan today’s headlines, or find in-depth articles, videos and podcasts about your personal interests, Google Play Newsstand saves you time by presenting personalized suggestions just for you, powered by Google’s recommendation engine. Each recommendation includes a justification and an option for providing feedback. In this way, you always know why you are seeing a story, and you can easily tell Newsstand whether to continue showing you similar stories. In other words, it gets better the more you use it. • Briefing - Get caught up in under a minute with a blend of top headlines, local news, and personal interests. • For You - Feed your curiosity with a stream of personalized recommendations assembled just for you. • Library - Stay on top of your favorite topics, sources and magazines by adding them to your library • Explore - Dig into categories like Arts & Photography, Business & Finance, Food & Drink and more. • Go Offline - Download any news edition, topic or magazine to read offline. • Read Later - Save stories you don't have time to read now and go back to them later. • Fast and efficient - Stories are formatted perfectly for your device.

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Google Play Newsstand App Reviews

  • Nice app

    By Mr.turnyoazzout
    No iPhone X support
  • Bookmark

    By JGEhhhh
    Every time I leave the app it goes back to the main menu and requires 4 touches to get back to where I just was.
  • Needs update for iPhone X

    By elementzero
    Update is needed for iPhone X
  • Night mode needed

    By Victorpdj
    Please add night mode so users can read without bleeding our eyes. If you don’t know how to do it download the Reddit app for ins. Or 100 others
  • Still no support for iPhone X

    By JaredTheGamer
    C’mon Google ... an otherwise great app if you’d just add iPhone X support!
  • Go To News

    By xiannow
    I loved this news app. I thought it was better than many others, but having advertisements in the feed is unacceptable for me. That is a deal killer on any app.
  • iPhone X

    By Cba1273926gf
    Love the app, but really want iPhone X design support.
  • Won’t sign in to app

    By Weather lover 738191029
    Won’t sign in
  • How do you buy/read/subscribe magazines or newspapers? Seriously HOW???

    By Alternative Reviews
    Great for topics and bits of news but say I'd actually like too read Vanity Fair or New York Magazine (maybe even say The Washington Post) how does one go about doing this ON this particular APP as we see no place subscribe or even locate magazines unless everything REALLY is now just an app of it's own and google newsstand is just a fancy news briefing app??? Who do I pay if we pay if we want subscribe too Bloomberg or Newsweek? Help please ✋️
  • Almost Great

    By Pastor/Non Profit Employee
    For a while I’ve been using this over Apple News. Unfortunately, there are still a few things Google needs to improve. However, overall it is a useful news app. The big bonus over Apple is that it can include local news - true local news, not just news from the nearest large city. It is mostly stable, and doesn’t crash often. It isn’t as fluid as Apple’s and works better on the Pixel phones (of course), but is helpful with the inclusion of local news. If only they would do frequent updates and get close to Apple in terms of appearance (like supporting the iPhone X!).