How to get Apple’s News app outside the US

Apple today made available the first public beta of iOS 9, and with the beta comes access to Apple’s brand-new News application. However this application is only available in select countries such as the United States for now. 

  
But since this is one of the headline features for iOS 9, it seems only fair that those of us outside the supported countries should also get access to it. Fortunately the fix is very simple, all you need to do is go to Settings>General>Language & Region and set the ‘Region’ to United States. Then simply reboot the iPad/iPhone and you’ll see the News app on the home screen. 

Enjoy. 

70 thoughts on “How to get Apple’s News app outside the US”

  1. On the General Settings screen, tap on Language & Region.
    On the Language & Region screen, tap on Region (See image below).
    On the next screen, scroll down and tap on United States and then tap on Done from the top right corner of your screen.

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