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Google News Removing Digital Magazines, Can Refund Subscribers

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Realising that individuals aren’t reading magazines such as Rolling Stone or Conde Nast Traveller and papers on the internet, Google has made a decision to stop’print copy’ PDFs of publications on its own Google News program. The technology giant is sending mails into Google News users around complete refunds which are processed and there’ll not be any new problems comingreports Android Police.

The publish replica publications from Google News are the PDF versions of printing variations you could see on desktop or smartphones computer.

Clients could still go to a magazine site should they want to browse the e-version of this magazine, ” the report stated on Friday.

“This notification is to notify you that we are quitting print-replica publications from Google News.

“Publishers may keep on selling material on Google News at the shape of paywalled RSS-based books – it’s merely the aid for the selling of different digital documents that’s shifting,” browse on the Google email.

But, you are going to continue to gain access to all problems you subscribed to in the Google News program, at the After or Favourites tab, based upon your program version.

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“To carry on to see the most recent posts, we invite you to hunt for this particular book at Google News, or even see the book’s site,” explained Google.

Google began providing magazine articles 2012 using the Play Magazines program )

The business later renamed it Play Newsstand and merged it in to Google News.

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Mary  Woods

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Mary Woods is very close to TV programs and series and spend his most of the time on the TV screen and rest on writing blogs from those serials to TheNewsPocket. And make you updated about every single update in this section.

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