Apple News is your one-stop destination for trusted news and information, curated by editors and personalized for you. You can save articles for future reading—even offline or on other devices. Apple News+ lets you read hundreds of magazines, popular newspapers, and premium digital publishers for a single monthly price.
A redesigned news feed in macOS Monterey with more prominent bylines and publication dates makes it easier to browse and verify stories. Save stories right from the news feed to read later or share. News+ subscribers get a more robust search feature and the News+ Library, which organizes your content by magazines, downloaded, newspapers, and catalog—so it’s easier to get to your favorites.
Note: Apple News and Apple News+ are not available in all countries or regions.
Customize your feed. Follow your favorite channels and topics to see them in the Today feed and sidebar. Enter a news outlet or topic in the search field, then click to follow it.
Tip: If you’re reading an article and want to save it for later, choose File > Save Story. To view the article later, click Saved Stories near the top of the sidebar. You can access articles from any of your devices when you sign in with the same Apple ID.
Shared with You. When friends in your Contacts share stories with you in Messages, they automatically appear in the new Shared with You section in the Today feed and in the sidebar of Apple News. Stories found in News and Safari appear in Shared with You in both apps—so you can enjoy them in either place.
Use Quick Note to save and organize articles. If you’re doing research for a project or upcoming vacation, you can add a Quick Note to a news story and tag it to save it for later. In News, press Fn-Q or use a specified Hot Corner to open Quick Note and save the article link. You can find the Quick Note later in the sidebar of the Notes app.
Learn more. See the Apple News User Guide.