Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'iOS 9' started by Goldfrapp, Jul 8, 2015.
Can't add RSS feeds.
So that's it? You're just going to give up on it. It's only been out for 1h 17m. Things can change in future betas.
from the little I've played with it so far it looks great, seems like a good alternative to the old zite and the current flipboard that I never seemed to get into.
It would be nice if you could swipe to remove stories from your feed.
that or I could see a new feature with the new touch force phones coming out. hard press to get like or dislike options.
Is the News app available now? Is it US only? Not seeing it on my iPad on beta 3.
I believe UK still doesn't have it. Someone from canada got in on here apparently and the US has it.
I'm curious as to how it handles subscribed content. If I subscribe to the New York Times, will the app allow me to access all their articles as opposed to just the 10 free ones per day (or however many it is?)
Doesn't seem like it, at least nothing is mentioned on their developer pages. Content providers can only control the feeds, opt out and decide whether iAds should be placed or not. It looks more like a glorified RSS reader, only curated by Apple. At best this competes with Flipboard. I think the real benefit is probably is relation to Siri and Spotlight. Once Apple starts indexing all that content, they will have a pretty good database to compete with Google.
I was testing just that. I was able to click on all NYT content without it blocking me. with that said there was only about 20 things showing up from them. and only about 10 were from the past 24 hours.
You expected a first release product to have all the features of one that's been out for years?
Interesting. Hope this type of thing does get added in at some point! It'd be nice to be able to reduce the number of apps I have installed.
No sign of news app in my b3 install...in Canada. Any ideas?
For me, they shoved it onto the next page for no apparent reason. Not to sound like an idiot, or call you one, but maybe they did that for you?
Haha. No offence taken, but nope..definitely not on my phone, on any screen. Nor does it show up in search.
No News App here in Northern Ireland
I read somewhere changing your location to US and rebooting your phone may cause it to show up. Not sure how valid that is.
Tried that, but can't seem to get my region changed. Keeps giving me grief about apple music.
That stinks. Maybe it's a regional thing dealing with publishers.
[Updated]: You can add RSS feeds to News app via Safari's Add to News extension.
Does anyone know if Macrumors can be read in this app?
But these are:
My only issue with it so far is the hideous icon. Who approved that?
Aw, that kind of stinks. Well there's still time before the public release...I hope it gets added before then.
There really needs to be a way to tell which articles are read and which aren't.