Updating news

On my Samsung tablet, the news is stuck on a date in July - and I can't seem to update it to today's date. How do I do this please?

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(NT) what news app?
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Updating News

I had Yahoo News and - both of which are stuck on July 2017

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Re: stuck

What happens if you turn your tablet off and on again and open those apps (or pages in your browser?) again?
And what does the clock say about date and time?

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Updating News

Nothing happens, its been like that for months. Time and date on tablet are correct, but the news and weatherzone still remain in July 2017

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Apps often have bugs.

Always report those bugs. I have and so far the authors have been nice enough to reply.

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Updating News

Who do I report them to?

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For my Android tablet

I head to the Google Play Store where I got the app and leave a message about the bug.

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I dont think they were apps, but thank you anyway

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For most folk any app is an app. On Android we also have widgets and active wall paper. I didn't want to get too technical here but Android is like that.

It's even possible for an app to not use a classic interface but just show notifications.

Me? Just an Android programmer among other things.

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