smartnews Download For Mac (Install On Windows 7, 8, 10 And Mac)

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SmartNews is the award-winning news app downloaded by 40+ million readers in 100+ countries!
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September 5, 2020
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SmartNews is the award-winning news app downloaded by 40+ million readers in 100+ countries!

SmartNews analyzes millions of articles every day to deliver the top trending news stories influencing the world right now.

SmartNews delivers high-quality news headlines and breaking news from top news publishers: NBC News, MSNBC, USA Today, TIME, The Huffington Post, Bleacher Report, Quartz, The Verge, VICE, VOX, AP, Reuters, Buzzfeed, Fast Company and more.


“Browse headlines quickly, customize your channels and read the news offline. SmartNews is an excellent free alternative to other popular news apps.”


Breaking News —
Notifications for breaking news headlines.

Smart Mode —
Readability mode for optimal news reading experience.

Offline News Reading —
Fetch trending news and read it offline.


Awarded Best News App:
– Best App of the Year, 2013 (Japan) – Google

How To Install and Download This App For PC, Windows and Mac

To use effectively on your computer, you need to download it using emulators. BlueStacks works as the most reliable emulator for downloading Android applications. Follow the steps:
  1. Download and install the emulator on your computer for run smartnews Do - after the download, You will find a shortcut on your desktop or downloaded files to your computer.
  2. Open BlueStacks and find the Google Play store. To easily access the Google Play Store, make sure you are signed in to your Gmail account.
  3. Open the Google Store, locate the smartnews Do App, and click the app to open it and install it on your windows.
  4. Open smartnews Do and enjoy the amazing features.

What's new

- General improvements to make sure we provide the news that matters to you.
- New channels include The Texas Tribune, Hurricane Laura, California Wildfires and many more.


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