Macworld churns out dozens of stories each week. We offer the latest Apple news, along with Mac and iOS app reviews, hardware reviews, tutorials and how-tos, opinion pieces, and more. And you have plenty of ways to keep up with the articles we publish. Here’s a rundown of all your options.
The Website: It may go without saying if you’re already reading this article, but just as a helpful reminder, every story we publish appears on a rolling list of headlines at Macworld.com. We feature the most significant stories at the top of the page, but every headline of every article gets a turn at the top of this reverse-chronological list. You can also browse
a list of every story published, which features a helpful summary of the article.
RSS: If you want to read every headline, but not need to come back to the website 37 times each day, we understand. Our most popular feed is the one containing
every story we publish, but you can also subscribe to an individual story type (like
reviews) or specific Macworld blogs or topics. Just click on the tab of the content you’d like to subscribe to, and that page should reference its section’s feed if you plug the URL into your RSS reader of choice.
Macworld Daily Reader: Our
free iPad app offers an editorially culled selection of stories from the website, as well as exclusive pieces published in the app first.
Twitter: We employ two active Twitter feeds. The
@Macworld account is editorially driven. We handpick stories from the site that we think merit a Twitter shout-out. Our
@allmacworld account, on other hand, tweets every time we publish a story on the site.
Facebook: As we do with our main Twitter account, we use
our Facebook page to share a curated selection of stories from the site. If you click the Like button on our page, stories we share will appear within your Facebook newsfeed. The more you “like” or comment on our our content on Facebook, the more likely the social network service is to automatically show Macworld articles to your feed.
Google Plus: Our
Google+ Page is still nascent. But, over the next few weeks, we intend to start treating Google+ as a peer to our managed Facebook and Twitter accounts; we’ll share selected stories from the site there as well.
Macworld magazine: Of course, there’s always the magazine, too. In addition to
the traditional paper version, you can
subscribe to the magazine via Amazon, and read issues within the Kindle app on your iPhone or iPad (or on your Kindle Fire).