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Apple unveils “Apple News+” news and magazine subscription service

The subscription will cost $9.99 and include 300 magazines and an enhanced news offering.

Apple unveils “Apple News+” news and magazine subscription service
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Apple says its News app is already the category leader in the App Store, and today it announced a new subscription service called “News+” that includes 300 magazines, as well as the L.A. Times and the Wall Street Journal.

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Notably missing from the service, however, are the New York Times, and the Washington Post. However, one analyst told me that there’s a good chance those publications will be added later.

The magazine section of the News+ service goes heavy on the art and photography. In the app, a Today tab contains curated recommendations for magazines and articles. The News+ contains a broader look at all the magazines available.

A Following tabs contains the user’s favorite magazines, and recent content from those titles. The magazine articles feature prominent cover art, with the full table of contents underneath.

The News+ subscription is available today inside the regular Apple News app via an update to the app. (Fast Company is one of the offerings in the Apple News newsstand.)

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