Read the latest headlines in the Apple News app

Get coverage of current events. Read engaging stories on the topics that interest you. Subscribe to Apple News+ to access magazines, newspapers, and digital publishers. With Apple News, you can do it all in one place, and across all of your devices.


To get the latest version of the News app, update your iPhone or iPod touch to the latest version of iOS, iPad to the latest version of iPadOS, or Mac to the latest version of macOS

The News app is available in Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Learn what's available in your country or region.

Explore the News app

To navigate the News app:

  • On your iPhone or iPod touch, use the tabs at the bottom of the screen.
  • On your iPad or Mac, use the sidebar. Don't see the sidebar? Tap or click the sidebar button  in the upper-left corner of the app.

 

the Today tab

Today

Today shows you a feed of top stories curated by editors and stories from the channels and topics that you follow. Today also shows you stories suggested by Siri, trending stories that are popular with other readers, videos, and more. As you read, Apple News learns your interests, then suggests stories you might like in Today.

The Channels tab

Following and search

Following shows all the topics and channels that you follow, and suggestions from Siri based on what you read. Stories from the channels and topics that you follow appear in Today.

You can also search for channels, topics, or stories. On your iPhone or iPod touch, tap the Following tab, then tap the search field at the top of the screen. On your iPad, tap the search field at the top of the sidebar. On your Mac, click the search field in the upper-right corner of the screen.

Saved stories

Don't have time to read a story? Just save the story so you can read it later  — online or offline. While reading a story, tap or click the Share button , then tap or click Save Story. To find your saved stories on your iPhone or iPod touch, tap Following, then tap Saved Stories. On your iPad or Mac, tap or click Saved Stories in the sidebar.

History

To see your reading history on iPhone or iPod touch, tap Following, then tap History. On your iPad or Mac, tap or click History in the sidebar. Tap or click Clear to see options to clear your reading history, clear information News uses to recommend stories, or clear both your reading history and recommendations.

Personalize your news

Follow or unfollow channels and topics, and tell News the types of stories you like to read. This helps News understand your interests and influences the types of stories that you see in Today.

Follow a channel or topic

Follow your favorite channels and topics to see related stories in Today.

  • On your iPhone or iPod touch, tap the Following tab, search for channel or topic, then tap .
  • On your iPad, go to the sidebar, search for a channel or topic, then tap . Don't see the sidebar? Tap the sidebar button  in the upper-left corner of the app.
  • On your Mac, search for a channel or topic in the upper-right corner, then click .

To see everything you follow:

  • On your iPhone or iPod touch, tap Following at the bottom of your screen.
  • On your iPad or Mac, go to the sidebar and look under Following. Don't see the sidebar? Tap or click the sidebar button  in the upper-left corner of the app.

Unfollow a channel or topic

If you don't want to see stories from a channel or topic in Today, unfollow that channel or topic.

On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch:

  1. Tap the Following tab. On your iPad, go to the sidebar and look under Following. Don't see the sidebar? Tap the sidebar button  in the upper-left corner of the app.
  2. Swipe left over a channel or topic.
  3. Tap Unfollow.

On your Mac:

  1. Go to the sidebar. Don't see the sidebar? Click the sidebar button  in the upper-left corner of the app.
  2. Under Following, select a channel or topic.
  3. On your keyboard, press the Delete key.

Tell News the types of stories that you like to read

Want to see similar stories in Today like the one that you're currently reading? Just tap or click the Share button , then tap or click Suggest More Like This 

You can also tell the News app the types of stories that you don't like so they don't appear as often in Today. As you read a story, tap or click the Share button , then tap or click Suggest Less Like This .

On your iPhone or iPod touch, you can also swipe left over a story in Today and tap Suggest More. Or swipe right over a story in Today and tap Suggest Less. 

Block a channel or topic, or report a concern

If you don't want to see any stories from a specific channel or topic, block that channel or topic.

  1. Go to Today and tap or click the channel or topic to open it.
  2. On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, tap . On your Mac, click Share button .
  3. Choose Block Channel or Block Topic.

To see the channels or topics that you blocked or to unblock one of them:

  • On your iPhone or iPod touch, tap the Following tab. On your iPad, go to the sidebar. Scroll down and tap Blocked Channels & Topics. To unblock a channel or topic, tap , then tap Unblock.
  • On your Mac, go to the menu bar and choose File > Manage Blocked Channels & Topics. To unblock a channel or topic, click , then click Unblock.

If a story is in the wrong section, doesn't display correctly, or contains offensive language or content, you can report it. While in the story, tap or click the Share button , then tap or click Report a Concern .

Change settings for Today and notifications

You can restrict stories that appear in Today so you only see stories from the channels that you follow.

  • On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, go to Settings > News, then turn on Restrict Stories in Today.
  • On your Mac, choose News > Preferences from the menu at the top of your computer screen. Then select Restrict stories in Today.

You can also choose which channels you want to get notifications for.

  • On your iPhone or iPod touch, tap the Following tab, then scroll to the bottom and tap Notifications.
  • On your iPad, scroll to the bottom of the sidebar and tap Notifications.
  • On your Mac, choose File > Manage Notifications.

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