CNET: News, Advice & Deals

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About this app

CNET is the No. 1 source for tech news and reviews and puts the biggest stories of the day and expert advice on the products you need to own, right in the palm of your hand.

Everything in the new CNET app (designed for phones and tablets) is focused on the areas you (as a tech fan) care the most about: staying up-to-date with the news and making informed product purchases.

STAY UP-TO-DATE WITH TECH NEWS:
FEATURED STORIES: Don’t have much time but need to stay in the know? CNET combines editorial picks with popular and trending news to feature the most important stories in the tech world.
LATEST STORIES: Never miss a beat with our broad coverage. Nearly 100 new items published daily. News about:
Technology industry and companies like Apple, Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Amazon, Uber and more
Key technology categories such as mobile, computers, internet and security
Culture, science and entertainment (yeah, we talk about Star Trek and TV shows occasionally)
STUNNING GALLERIES: Easily view CNET’s beautiful photography in galleries on a single page.
BREAKING NEWS ALERTS: Get timely notifications on CNET’s exclusive scoops, in-depth features, and important news and reviews.
PERSONALIZED FOR YOU: All the news that you care about the most, plus get alerts tailored to interests you select.
COMMUNITY: Engage with other users with the ability to read and respond to comments on any article.

MAKE INFORMED PRODUCT PURCHASE DECISIONS:
HUGE PRODUCT DEPTH: Whatever type of product you’re interested in (phones, headphones, smart home devices and more), CNET helps you find the best, at the best price. Our independent reviews team spends countless hours putting everything through the ringer so you don’t have to. If it has an “on” button or an app, odds are good CNET reviews it.
FIND THE BEST: Want the best wireless headphones, but don’t have time to wade through every single product review? Understandable -- but CNET has written literally thousands of them so we have recommendations for you. The best of the best are just a quick tap away.
SEARCH ANY PRODUCT: If the best lists don’t have it, CNET’s search definitely does. Anchored by the largest tech product review catalog in the world, lightning-fast autosuggestions powered by natural language processing (NLP), artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) get you the results you want.
IMMERSIVE VIDEO: Quickly learn about a product with CNET’s premium video reviews, which accompany nearly all of our reviews (in case you already forgot, there are *thousands* of these).
IN-DEPTH REVIEWS: Need more than just the highlights? No problem. CNET’s high-quality reviews are based on hours of research and testing, providing you with the data and analysis. Along with our signature Good, Bad, Bottom Line, our rating system gives you clear recommendations. CNET saves you time and money by helping you find the right product quickly.
FAST-TRACK PURCHASE: Once you’ve read the review and compared the product to others, you’re just a tap away from purchasing — and at the best price.

SNAG EXCLUSIVE DEALS FROM ACROSS THE WEB:
DAILY DEALS FROM THE CHEAPSKATE: Looking for the very best deal of the day? Look no further than our resident Cheapskate, Rick Broida.
MORE TOP DEALS: The CNET team works around the clock to bring you tons of top deals from around the web.

Download CNET today to keep up with the No. 1 source for news you care about!
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CNET is a collection of self-described tech-savvy and tech-obsessed people, not dissimilar to yourself. Alongside the world’s largest volume of high-quality unbiased product reviews, CNET is the go-to source for news and recommendations about the latest tech and consumer electronics.
Updated on
Nov 2, 2022

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3.6
5.01K reviews
gail sleeper
August 28, 2022
This has been an excellent extension to have just discovered. I love CNET I subscribe to the various email publications. The interesting thing is that the Chrome Store wouldn't allow me to add it on as an extention. I had to circumvent the system and get it through a tech site. Another example of their trying to control your options. I find it invaluable it has offers for many catagories and is available for most stores. It's a better app when compared with others that coupons are not valid.
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A Google user
January 6, 2020
I love CNET, and I like the app. However, there is a problem with the video player where the sound sometimes goes in and out and in and out (like you are hitting mute over and over again). I haven't pinpointed exactly when it happens versus when it works as intended, but it also starts a video up again even when you have paused the video. It happens so much that I RARELY watch the videos and just read the reviews/articles.
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CNET.
January 8, 2020
Hi Scott, thank you for your feedback and for letting us know this is happening. Could you email us at cnetappfeedback@cbsinteractive.com with more information on the videos you noticed this happens on?
Trev
October 18, 2020
When asked for my interests, Apple was not a choice I made (nor anything to do with stimulus checks/politics, I get that elsewhere, thank you). When my results popped up, it was stimulus checks and Apple. Also, I would do the videos, because I just like to read, and it would mysteriously start up again half way through the article. I'll stick with their website, though even there I'm forced to turn off videos. Too bad, I used to enjoy CNET so much more.
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CNET.
October 27, 2020
Thank you for your feedback. I will pass this along to our editorial team.

What's new

Minor bug fixes and improvements