Read news & magazines

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Google Play Newsstand is an easy way to discover the news and magazines you love, anywhere you go. You can enjoy Google Play Newsstand Google Play Newsstand on your mobile device and read magazines on your computer.

Read Newsstand content

Using your Google Play Newsstand app Google Play Newsstand, you can read suggested articles from top news sources, along with news and magazines you've added.

  • To read recommended content, open the Newsstand app > touch the Menu icon Newsstand Menu icon > Read Now > swipe left or right to select a topic.
    • Read Now shows topics you subscribe to, along with Highlights that adjust to what you read most often. As you read more, your recommendations will improve.
    • Once you've read an article, it will be displayed in gray. You can refresh what shows on Read Now by swiping down on your screen.
  • To read content you've added to your collection, open the Newsstand app > touch the Menu icon Newsstand Menu icon > My Library.

You can select a publisher's icon to find more content available from a source.

Many articles are tagged with a topic that you can select to help you find more of what you like. After you've added a topic to your library, it will be available at the top of your screen on Read Now and related articles will be color coded.

Read news in a different language

  • To translate a news source into a different language: Open the Google Play Newsstand app Google Play Newsstand > touch the Menu icon Newsstand Menu icon > touch Menu Menu next to a news source > Translate > Select a language.
  • To change a news source back to its original language: touch the Menu icon again > Undo translation.

Note: Translations aren't available on the Newsstand app for iOS.

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