The macOS Mojave News App

New to macOS Mojave is the News app, a port of the iOS app that has been around for a few years. You can now access news articles from thousands of sources in an aggregated news feed, and read the articles in a distraction-free environment. You can also go directly to sources and topics, and search for specific articles. You can save articles for later reading or look through your history and share articles with others.

Comments: 7 Responses to “The macOS Mojave News App”

    John Hill
    9 months ago

    Gary,
    I cannot find Mojave News App on my computer even using Spotlight.
    I downloaded Mojave a few days ago.
    Cheers,
    John

    Judy
    9 months ago

    I cannot find Mojave News App on my computer either

    9 months ago

    John, Judy: Which country are you in? The News app is currently only available in a few.

    Christol
    9 months ago

    I am in Canada. Is the News App available here. I don’t have it on my computer and I don’t see it in the App store. That said it appears to be on my iPhone.

    9 months ago

    Christol: no, the News apps are not yet available in Canada.

    Millard Kinkead
    8 months ago

    How do I widen the news column? I’ve got a 27″ iMac and the current news column is so tiny.

    8 months ago

    Millard: What do you mean by the “news column?” The News app only has the left sidebar and then the main area. The left sidebar only has a list of sources with pretty short names, so widening it won’t do much good if that is what you mean.

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