I followed the steps to get a pirated version of mojave beta upgrade and everything is working fine except I don't see the much talked about apple news app, although other apps like voice memos, stocks and home are there. Its not a deal breaker but would like to know how to get it. Can't find it on the app store either.
The App still exists, even if you don't live in one of the supported countries (or don't change your regional settings to one of them) - except it's hidden.
Here's how to start it:
- Open Terminal
- Type "open /Applications/News.app" (without the "")
- Once it opens, right-click its icon on the Dock and choose "Keep on the dock"
You will want to delete the pirate copies of the installer and re-try a clean erase install from an image you get from Apple directly.
Once that's done, consider that once the app is installed, it may be blocked or not work in most regions.
The News app is available in Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
Make sure you're in a region where the app is available, or have the region of macOS set to one of these regions.
You can get the US edition of the Apple News app in any country without changing your language or region settings.
- Open Safari
applenews:in the address field and press Enter
Alternatively, you can create a shortcut and have the app appear in Finder, Launchpad, and Spotlight.