Access Hundreds of Free and Paid Magazines with Newsstand
Article by George Norman
On 25 Nov 2013
Google recently introduced Google Play Newsstand, a new Android app that provides seamless access to more than 1,900 free and paid, full length publications.

You can use the app to subscribe to and follow tons of online newspapers, magazine, blogs, and news sites. From a central location, the application’s intuitive interface, you have access to all the news and articles you want.

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With the aim of helping you stay on top of the news, Google recently introduced a new Android app called Google Play Newsstand. Instead of visiting multiple websites and blogs to catch up with the latest news, you can have the app gather them for you and conveniently display them on its user friendly interface.

“Newsstand puts the news you care about most front and center and presents stories that interest you based on your tastes,” explained Mussie Shore, Product Manager for Google Play Newsstand. “The more you read the better it will get. You can subscribe to magazines, newspapers, blogs and news sites and we’ll format and optimize them all for reading on your tablet or phone. With the swipe of a finger, you can browse full length articles, with beautiful images, audio and video right inside the app. You can access these articles even when you’re offline or bookmark them to read later.”

Mussie Shore went on to explain that you can access more than 1,900 free and paid publications with the Google Play Newsstand app. This includes some big name newspapers such as The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, big name magazines like TIME and Rolling Stone, big name blogs like TMZ and The Verge, and big name news sites like ABC News and Huffington Post.

Google Play Newsstand is available for free on Google’s Play Store.

Google Play Newsstand – Video Presentation




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