Google Play Newsstand

Google Play Newsstand

By Google, Inc.

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2011-12-08
  • Current Version: 4.8
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 78.58 MB
  • Developer: Google, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3/5 ( 2,767 App Reviews)
  • Price:
Google Play Newsstand App Ratings: 3
Based on 2,767 App Reviews

Google Play Newsstand iOS App Details

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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iOS App Reviews

  • Horrible for reading magazines

    By graphicdesignko
    I loved this app until I tried downloading a magazine. Magazines are very slow to load. Each page takes between 10-20 seconds to load. I spoke with a Google rep who explained this is because the magazines do not actually download to your device. They are cached. I have read magazines on the KIndle and ZInio apps and never experienced this long of a load time.
  • Adapts to the news you like

    By AGuyThatGames
    This app is amazing, I've been using it for two days now and it has already adapted to the kinds of news I like to read and will only show me articles that it thinks I'll like. This should be your number one news app.
  • It's okay

    By Turkey Sandwiches
    It's a decent news aggregator.
  • Meh

    By driftless in WI
    PROS: You get the full story, links and pix as in the original publication without having to click on links or 'globes' as in other news apps. Cons: Stories remain in the list regardless of having read it or not. At the least it should dim the article so you know it's been read. This also leaves your reading list painfully and needlessly long. It is irritating enough that I'm going to stop using this otherwise nice app.
  • It's perfect

    By Jared K 212
    It's really great how you can combine your interests (no matter how esoteric they may be!) and the top news stories seamlessly.
  • Intuitive and easy to read

    By Pooshan vyas
    They reinvented this app Looks like they are using machine learning - more relevant news - very easy to read - cover everything.
  • Excellent app

    By Gnaranjo2003
    Excellent app
  • 5-Stars

    By Jesus4Kenny
    So much better than whats out there...
  • Google News

    By stainlessray
    Its fantastic. Customized feeds with content just for me with a beautiful layout.
  • Subscription

    By Ipxfer
    Why can't it be smart enough to not show articles that I have no subscriptions?!? Annoying each time I go to Washington post that I need to subscribe.