Looking for the best iPhone apps to help you keep up with breaking news headlines? RSS and news apps offer the best way to keep up with all the headlines we care about. From finance and politics to the latest and greatest in tech and fashion trends, there are tons of news and RSS apps in the App Store that put all the headlines right at your fingertips. No matter what kind of news you want to keep up with, there's something for everyone. The are currently the best news and RSS apps available for iPhone!
The best apps for keeping track of all your favorite news feeds, streams, sites, and sources!
Looking for the best iPad apps to help you keep up with all the latest news? Reading on the iPad is an amazingly enjoyable experience, and news feeds are a great way to get amazing stuff to read. Put them together and what do you have? The best of all possible reading worlds. Apple no longer provides the online Safari news reader, which made opening feeds right in the browser a breeze, but there are a ton of great App Store apps that can help you get your RSS fix, but which is the best one for you? That's where iMore comes in! These are currently the best news and RSS apps available for iPad!
Looking for the best iPhone apps to help you keep up with reddit? Whether you're a casual reddit browser or spend time lurking specific subreddits on a regular basis, there are lots of reddit apps in the App Store. Some of us just like browsing specific topics to find funny memes while others enjoy learning and engaging with the rest of the reddit community. No matter what your reddit style is, there are lots of reddit clients for iPhone to choose from. The real question becomes what are the absolute best reddit apps for iPhone?
Yahoo News Digest initially launched at CES in January as a U.S. only product, but today it spreads its wings and brings twice daily doses of news to UK readers. Importantly, the content is tailored to the region, and so won't provide U.S. news you're perhaps not so interested in.
Facebook has today introduced its own take on a news app: Paper. It's coming February 3, but will be U.S. only at launch. Since this is a Facebook product, there's a healthy dose of your friends in there, with Paper first opening up on your Facebook News Feed. But – thankfully – there's more to it than that.
Gist has been updated to version 2.0, adding important new features like a new summary view and full support for read-it-later service Pocket. Gist will now summarize all of the articles that you store in Pocket. You can add, delete, and favorite articles from within Gist.
If there aren't already enough ways to get news focussed content on the web and our mobile devices, it looks like Facebook might be set to get into the space as well. According to re/code, Paper is Facebook's answer to Flipboard, and it could be with us as soon as this month.
Yahoo News Digest aims to bring two daily digital distributions worth of news from a variety of different sources to your iPhone twice a day. Headlines span several different categories and are automatically updated for you each day at 8am and 6pm local time.
Prismatic for iPhone and iPad gives us a new way to discover and read news that interests us. First and foremost, Prismatic is a community. Find and follow topics that interest you and Prismatic takes care of the rest by feeding in stories that pertain to what it thinks you find interesting. Vote things up or down, leave comments, share stories, and more.
Mr. Reader, a popular RSS news app for iPad, has just been updated with an all new design for iOS 7, support for 64-bit devices, and more. New features including the addition of AOL Reader as an RSS service, the ability to add to a Safari Reading List, and tons more.