Now's the time to check out digital magazines available on the Google Play Store. With a sale to celebrate the launch of a new app, it's hard to beat these prices.
Apple has given up control of Newsstand, letting users decide if it stays on the home screen or in a folder.
The Wall Street Journal has changed course on its digital subscriptions, agreeing to give Apple nearly a third of its revenue for a spot in Newsstand.
Hide your empty Newsstand icon in a folder on your iOS device using this simple, jailbreak-free method.
According to a new study, Apple's storefront for newspapers and magazines earned about $70,000 a day during February.
The two Web titans are set to launch rivals to the popular Flipboard, giving tablet users more options for reading news and magazine content.
One of the annoyances of iOS 5 for some users is the fact that the Newsstand icon cannot be placed into a folder and banished to the last page of apps. As it turns out, there is a trick to placing it in a folder.
We go hands-on with the newly added Newsstand app, but does it really change the magazine experience on the iPad?
Newsstand might not be much more than a filter for the App Store and a permanent folder that groups magazine and newspaper apps, but it's still a welcome addition, particularly for the iPad.
This story was updated to clarify which magazines are currently available and which are coming by year's end.