A new app launched by Apple and Alphabet Inc. on Monday will let users access the latest news, weather, movies, music, news, and other apps on iPhones and iPads running iOS 10.

The app, called Newsstand, will be available for free to Apple users starting Tuesday.

The news app will be the latest example of Apple and Android fighting for the eyeballs.

Both are trying to capture a bigger slice of the digital news market by offering more and more apps that deliver their own curated news feeds, curated stories, and apps that do things like send you updates and take you to the best content.

Apple has the top spot for the number of apps that can be downloaded for free on Apple devices, and Google has been aggressively promoting its own app store for smartphones, tablets, and Macs.

Both companies are making moves to compete with Apple and Facebook Inc., which have long dominated the digital advertising space.

The Newsstand app is just one of a number of new Apple apps that are being rolled out in recent months.

In March, the company launched an iPhone app that will offer access to news from the Associated Press and the Associated Newspapers.

Apple is also bringing a new digital news reader called News Feed, which is similar to Google News, and is available for iOS 10 and Android phones.

News Feed will also be available to the public.

Google announced in June that it will make the Newsstand news app available for Android phones running the latest version of the Android operating system, which will be version 10.1, according to the company’s blog.

The update is available to both Android phones and tablets.

Newsstand will be a welcome addition to Newsstand for those who like to get news updates from Apple’s or Google’s news apps, and the app will offer news and weather information, according the company.

It also has a feature that lets users search the web for news stories and choose which apps to download.

Newsfeed, which also will be made available for iPhone, is similar in functionality to Google’s News Search, which lets users see the most popular stories from a searchable feed of news stories, including the Associated Journals, USA Today, and USA Today Digital.

Google also is offering News Feed for Android devices running Android 6.0 Marshmallow, the latest Android version.

Newsfeed, too, is available in more than 10 languages.

Newsplay, which launched in April, is another app that uses the Newsfeed feature to offer a variety of digital news sources.

The new app offers a selection of news apps and offers users a new way to search the Web.

It will be offered in English, French, Italian, Spanish, German, Japanese, Korean, and Russian.

Newsplay has been available for some time on Android phones, but Google is taking it to the next level with the release of the Newsplay app for iOS and Android smartphones, which launches later this year.