Apple's new Premium News Plus service offers a lot of cash: $ 10 per month gives you access to over 300 different magazines and newspapers. Of course, it would cost far more to subscribe to each one individually, and most people can go ahead by reading only a handful of magazines every month in News Plus.
The News Plus subscription offers a lot of value There is a catch: it only works in the Apple News app on an iPhone, iPad or Mac. If you're viewing an article Wall Street Journal or New Yorker in your browser, or if you're tapping a link on Twitter or any other service, you can not log in and check out the whole thing right there because you do not have your own account in these publications. Fortunately, there is a simple workaround to use your News Plus subscription even if you can not see an article directly in the News app. You can tell your iOS device to just open the article in the News app and get the full article, not paywalls.
In Safari, click the "Share" button and tap "Open in Messages," which is available on the second line, and the article will open in the News app if it's in one of the supported ones Strangely, the "Open in News" button does not appear in in-app browsers, as it's used by Twitter, so you'll need to open the link in Safari first before you start Send it to Apple News.
Here are some caveats: I have not found a way to send articles from the browser to the news app on macOS. If you're trying to read something that's outside the News Plus Subscriptions are not available, such as one of the online articles by The New Yorker that are not included, if you are a News Plus subscriber and are looking for articles outside the news -App and continue to read, this is a simple way.
Thank you, David!
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