Google is Killing Digital Magazines in News

Published on January 4, 2020

Google News will never again offer paid magazine memberships. As indicated by Android Police, the Newsgroup conveyed an email to clients, disclosing to them that the organization is executing print-copy magazines in Google News. An organization representative has affirmed the change to Engadget, taking note that the program worked with under 200 distributers. Endorsers won’t have the option to buy new magazine issues any longer. However, they can, fortunately, continue getting too old issues (PDFs and different arrangements) in the Google News application using the Following or Favorites tab. Furthermore, the tech monster is discounting endorsers their most recent instalment inside 30 days.

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Pending Membership will be Discounted

On the off chance that you have a pending membership, everything will be discounted to you someplace during the following month, contingent upon instalment strategy. You won’t be losing access to any of the collections purchased beforehand, but they won’t be developing as well. Using the Favorites or Following tab, you will still be able to access your library in the Google News App. 

Collapsed Everything to Google News

Google’s begun selling digital magazines through the Play Store in 2012, alongside motion pictures and TV appears. They were made accessible for nothing to print endorsers a year later, and the administration was inevitably collapsed into News. In light of the email, the Newsgroup is urging clients to visit the sites of the distributions they were bought in to – and, subsequently, to buy into everyone separately – on the off chance that they need to continue getting to their substance.

 With the dispatch of the Play Magazines application, the 2012 magazine content gets concluded after going through a turbulent history. To concentrate more on newspapers, Google merged all of them into Google News, later renaming it as Play Newsstand. This has been the most anticipated move by Google after the disappearance of the magazine section from the Play Store.

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