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  1. Android News

    Google Play Newsstand is updated to v4.0 and includes a redesigned home screen

    Google has updated its Play Newsstand application to version 4.0 and has redesigned the home screen, bottom toolbar, as well as other aspects to the application.
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    Google reveals new icons for Google Play family of apps

    Google today revealed new icons for all their Google Play apps, including Google Play Music, Books, Movies, Games, and Newsstand. The apps all use Google Play's play-button shaped logo in a consistent design scheme.
  3. Android News

    Paid Google Play Newsstand content now available in 9 Middle Eastern countries

    Google Play Newsstand's paid premium content is now available in 8 new Middle Eastern countries. Those countries include Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon and United Arab Emirates.
  4. Android News

    Google brings paid content from Google Play Newsstand to 8 Middle East countries

    Last month, we saw 8 Middle East countries receive access to paid books available in Google Play Books. Today, those same 8 countries are now able to purchase paid content via Google Play Newsstand. Countries included in this new policy includes. . . - Bahrain - Egypt - Jordan - Kuwait -...
  5. Android News

    Update to Newsstand adds visual tweaks and brings top news to the top

    Google recently flipped a server side switch to clean up how Google Play Newsstand articles were presented and today they've taken that a little further. This time, there's been a full update to the Newsstand application. There are some small visual tweaks that help to clean up the interface a...
  6. Android News

    Update to Google Play Newsstand cleans up the UI layout for articles

    Google has just released an update to their Google Play Newsstand application that gives articles a hint of a Material Design layout. They've also cleared up a bug that would duplicate the header image on some publishers' content. The update looks to be on the server side so you won't have to...