Adding Web Site RSS Feeds to Apple News in iOS 9
News readers always like to keep up to date with current affairs, and therefore the Apple News application received a tremendous response when it was introduced in June 2015. Although it was not accessible to all iPhone and iPad users on earth, users in selected countries immediately began exploring this news application. For others, it was quite easy to use the News application by changing the language and region from the iOS Device Settings .
Update: this method no longer works. As soon as we find a trick to do so, we will update this post.
In the absence of this News application, people used to rely on other news applications and content farms. After using the Apple News application, many have stopped using other applications; but they would always like to consume exciting content. For such users, they can add other sites and RSS feeds to Apple News on their iOS devices. This practice has the great advantage of accessing all favorite content from a single platform.
So, if you want to access Washington Post or The Telegraph from Apple News, you can add the two links to Apple News and Bob is your uncle! You can access both media directly from the News application on your iOS device.
How to add websites and RSS feeds to Apple News on iOS 9 on iPhone
Step 1: First, open any website of your choice in the Safari browser on your iOS device.
Step 2: Now touch the Share icon from the bottom.
Step 3: Choose Add to news in the bottom row.
>See how to add RSS sites to Apple News:
This feature allows you to add websites that are not curated by Apple.
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