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Take Control of Mojave by Scholle McFarland

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Apple’s News app gathers articles—tailored to your preferences—from diverse media outlets including The New York Times, Fox News, NBC News, USA Today, ESPN, Runner’s World, The Verge, People, Smithsonian, and more. You see everything in one place, saving yourself time searching for stories in Safari or checking each of your favorite publications’ sites individually.

News came to iOS in 2015. Mojave brings it to the Mac for the first time, with some changes to fit the Mac’s interface (Figure 74).

Figure 74: Mojave’s News app looks a lot like the iOS version, but sports a new sidebar.
Figure 74: Mojave’s News app looks a lot like the iOS version, but sports a new sidebar.

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