Hacker News was the first of the big internet services to introduce an app for iOS that lets users subscribe to email newsletters.
Now it’s launching a service for Android that lets you subscribe to newsletters, as well.
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The service, which is currently in beta, lets users create newsletters, send them to contacts and read them in their inboxes.
It also includes a feature that lets people sign up to get email updates, so you can keep up to date on news about the company.
You can sign up in the app on the web or from the desktop, and it looks like this:It’s worth noting that the newsletter service doesn’t work on all iOS devices, but it’s likely that it will work on some, including the iPhone X. It’s unclear how many people have tried it, but I’d imagine it’s a relatively small number.
In a blog post, Hacker News said that it received about 3 million notifications per day from users who subscribed to the newsletter.
It noted that those notifications include:Newsletters are a relatively new service, and Hacker News hasn’t really been in a rush to build a product.
The company had originally launched an app to help users subscribe, but the app never really gained traction, as it relied on people signing up for the service and then subscribing.
But the company was able to build the newsletter app and now has an app that lets subscribers sign up.
Hacker News has been around for quite some time, with the company recently relaunching its site with a more professional and personal look.
It has a lot of potential to become a major player in the email subscription space.