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.
The app for iOS and Android devices, called Livestand, is envisioned as a platform for content from both inside and outside Yahoo.
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.
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.
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.