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Google Play Newsstand Finally involves iOS to Exchange Currents

Ten months ago, Google killed off its Currents app and Play Magazines app, and replaced all of them with the Play Newsstand app. A minimum of, that is what happened on Android. For whatever reason, Google has left the Apple world behind for this switch over until now. Today, Google has finally brought Newsstand to iOS.

Google Play Newsstand Finally involves iOS to Exchange Currents

This also means which the Currents app for iOS is dying. When you have it installed, you will get yourself a prompt to install the new Newsstand app. Interestingly, despite the undeniable fact that Newsstand app is new on iOS, it is nearly here in at version 3. 0. The app is well done, as you could expect, however it is not quite optimized to the new iPhone 6 Plus. It offers the very same RSS news feeds and magazine subscriptions as on Android, but due to the iOS rules, you will really need to navigate to the web Play Store to get or sign up for any magazines. You are able to bookmark stories, and there's even support for audio and video from certain publications.

Basically, the app is in regards to the identical to what you'd find on Android (that is why we have place the Android video below.) Its available now for iPhone and iPad, and this requires iOS 7 or more. It is a solid alternative to something like Flipboard, if you are looking for any news reader app.
Tech Information 2014 Updated at: 9:08 PM