Today Google announced the release of a new version for their Play Newsstand service.

With the update, Google have redesigned the look of the news reading app to make it easier to find something to read, as according to Google.

They also launched a version of Newsstand for the web for the first time.

The app now features a total of four tabs to make it easier for you to navigate the news, with a Fou You to for recommendations and a personalized briefing, as well as your Library, an Explore tab to find new content in topics, and finally a Read Later to access the content that you have marked to read later.

It will also include full-bleed images, auto-playing videos, and built-in playback controls for podcast content.

They will also add short explanation as to why Google thinks certain suggestions in the For You tab will be worth reading.

This new version has been named Newsstand 4.0. It is now available on Android and iOS, and the web version can be found here.

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