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Version 2.6.1 released on February 25, 2018
We’re busy working on an entirely new experience to NPR News, but we wanted to bring a few long awaited updates to the current experience in the meantime. This release includes improvements to the following areas:
• Push Notifications - subscribe to receive alerts on breaking news and other unique content
• Station Streaming
• Overall performance and stability improvements - we squashed several bugs, while making changes that should provide a smoother experience throughout
Version 2.6.2 released on November 07, 2017
Android 8.0 support is here. This release will address a bug that was introduced in Oreo, where users may have experienced issues live streaming their favorite member station. Happy listening!
Version 2.5.6 released on June 04, 2014
Version 2.2.1 released on February 01, 2012
We are happy to announce we have a listening widget. Finally!
The player and playlist experiences have been streamlined. We've hopefully fixed some of the playlist issues around listening to entire programs and cleaned up some other pesky bugs.
We've also added sponsorship to our story pages. You can learn more about the different kinds of support NPR needs to maintain itself - including corporate sponsors - here: http://www.npr.org/about/support/
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NPR News Ranking History | News & Magazines
NPR News daily app ranking in News & Magazines category for the last 30 days.
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NPR News rankings per country in News & Magazines category.
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