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Stylist is on Apple News - and here's why you should follow us


This month saw the launch of Apple's News app, available to everybody who has updated to iOS 9.1 (yes that's the same update that gave you the cheese emoji you'd been crying out for).

A new tool to calm the seemingly endless chatter of news, links and hearsay, News curates the topics that you're interested in, giving you the chance to do away with trying to search for what you're interested in in hundreds of different places, and bringing your favourite stories to you. To get your fix of Stylist.co.uk added in to the mix, it's worth giving us a follow.

The app is changing the way you get stories, and the way we deliver them to you. And naturally, you'll want Stylist stories to come straight to the top of your home screen to give you the latest fashion, beauty and lifestyle content that our readers look for.

So if you've just updated your phone to iOS 9.1 and are still having a look around, here's a guide on how to follow us...

1. Open the News app

2. If you're opening it for the first time, scroll down through the suggested apps to Stylist

It'll only take a second to scroll down to find us, then hit follow and you're done!


3. Or, if you've already used News, search for Stylist in the discover section

We're the first name that pops up when you type in 'Stylist'

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4. Press the 'plus' button to follow

Stylist.co.uk stories will now appear when you open the app. It's that easy!

You'll then be able to get all our stories in one place as they come up, and after you pick a few publications you like to read, it starts to recognise what sort of stories have you coming back, offering a homepage only filled with the things you're interested in.

So if there's one specific thing you go onto a news website to see, but you end up getting lured in by clickbait or reading mood-dampening news and come out swearing off the headlines, it might be time to try News.


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