Google is rolling out its newsstand app to Android, MacOS and iOS today.
The newsstand will be a standalone app on the Google Play store.
Google Play newsstand apps have always been a little bit behind the Apple App Store, which offers apps that let users purchase new games or music.
The app will come in at a slightly higher price, but it’s also an app that you can download directly from Google Play, which is why I’m using it to preview the newsstand.
Here’s what you need to know.
Read More on the new newsstand:Google is offering newsstands for Android phones, but the newsstore is only available on the Nexus 7, the Nexus 5X, Nexus 7X and the Nexus 6P.
You can buy the app on your phone from the Google Store or on the web.
I downloaded it from the web on my Nexus 7.
It’s not the cheapest newsstand on the market, but I found that it offered some very good content.
Here are some of the great newsstand content on the Android newsstand, including a recent story on a missing teenager, a story on the impact of climate change, a quick update on the search giant’s Google Fiber program, a report on the recent mass shooting at an elementary school, and more.
Here’s a quick look at some of my favorite newsstand titles, like a recent report on how the new Trump administration will try to control the news, a roundup of the top news stories of the week, and a recent news update about a child who has been killed by an elephant in South Africa.
I hope you’ll check out this new Google newsstand when it launches on Android in the coming weeks.