Google News for PC

v 5.7.0 in News & Magazines
Published by Google LLC
  • Category
    News & Magazines
  • Developer
    Google LLC
  • Updated on
  • Downloads
  • Android Version
    4.4 and up
  • Content Rating
What's New in Google News PC:

ยท Bug fixes and performance improvements

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How to Install Google News for Windows PC or MAC:

Google News is an Android News & Magazines App that is developed by Google LLC and published on Google play store on Jun 27, 2012. It has already got around 1,000,000,000+ downloads so far with an average rating of 3.0 out of 5 in play store.

Google News requires Android OS version of 3.4 and up. Also, it has a content rating of Teen , from which one can decide if it is suitable to install for family, kids or adult users.

Since Google News is an Android App and cannot be installed on Windows PC or MAC directly, we will show how to install and play Google News on PC below:

  • Firstly, download and install an Android emulator to your PC
  • Download Google News APK to your PC
  • Open Google News APK using the emulator or drag and drop the .APK file into the emulator to install the App.
  • OR
  • If you do not want to download the .APK file you can still play Google News PC by connecting or configuring your Google account with the emulator and downloading the App from play store directly.

If you follow the above steps correctly, you should have the Google News App ready to run on your Windows PC or MAC.

Required Permissions

  • find accounts on the device
  • add or remove accounts
  • read the contents of your USB storage
  • modify or delete the contents of your USB storage
  • view network connections
  • measure app storage space
  • full network access
  • read sync settings
  • run at startup
  • use accounts on the device
  • prevent device from sleeping
  • toggle sync on and off
  • install shortcuts
  • uninstall shortcuts
  • read Google service configuration
  • read sync statistics
  • receive data from Internet