Apple has seeded the third beta of iOS 9 to the developers for testing purposes. iOS 9 is a new version for iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch and it will be released to the public officially this fall. A month ago, at WWDC 2015, Apple unveiled some new features from iOS 9 and today, we want to show some detailed introduction of News app in iOS 9. A video is shared and you can scroll down to watch the video directly.
“News” provides curated lists of personalized news content for iOS users, offering up content from popular websites and newspapers and displaying it in an iOS friendly layout. News is built around topics and channels that are selected by each individual user, which are then used to populate an individualized “For You” tab that displays a list of stories each day. There’s a Favorites section that display the sites you’ve added to a favorites list for quick browsing, a search feature for finding new content, and an Explore tab for casual browsing. Explore suggests topics or channels you might be interested based on what you’ve previously read.
If you come across a favorite story, you can add it to the “Saved” section in News, and you’re able to share stories with friends by using the Share Sheet when reading content. In Safari, there’s also a feature that will let you add any RSS feed to News by visiting a site and choosing “Add to News.”
Now, let’s watch the video about News app together.