News Apps

    • Yahoo Launches Yahoo Newsroom News App on iOS, Android

      Yahoo relaunched its iOS and Android applications as Yahoo Newsroom, a news app that allows users to explore news in more than 200 categories, called Vibes, as well as to share stories in the app. With Yahoo Newsroom, users can browse stories from a variety of sources, such as BuzzFeed, The Wall Street Journal, NPR and Yahoo itself.

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  • CNET Launches Tech Today News App on iOS

    … CNET has announced the launch of its Tech Today app on iOS. The news app was designed to let users quickly read what CNET calls its ’10 biggest stories of the day.’ The Tech Today app allows users to swipe left and right to browse the 10 currently featured stories, which are represented by a headline and an associated image. Users can swipe…

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  • Quartz Launches Text Message-Style News App on iPhone

    … called its’ most compelling Atlas chart of the moment.’ Quartz also supports Apple Watch. While free to download, Quartz may integrate advertising into the conversation as users read. For instance, Quartz announced Mini is the app’s launch sponsor, so users may be prompted to learn more about one of Mini’s vehicles at the end of a session with the app, as an example. Quartz is available to download for free on the iTunes App Store. …

  • Breaker Mixes News With Instant Messaging on iOS

    … the shared content and the overall chat conversation in their device browser. These non-users can reply in the chat window without actually downloading the app. Users can chat about the same story with multiple users in a group chat, or in individual chats with each contact. In a statement, Breaker CEO, Shailo Rao, commented: On mobile, people…

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  • Nomibot News App Uses Artificial Intelligence to Personalize Content

    … Szl has released its new mobile app, Nomibot, which utilizes artificial intelligence to search the Web for content and present users with news and other stories they’ll hopefully be interested in. After downloading the app, users are presented with a list of major topics, including beauty, celebrity buzz, cars, news and politics, education…

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  • BuzzFeed Launches BuzzFeed News App on iOS

    … BuzzFeed has announced the release of its BuzzFeed News app on iOS, combining BuzzFeed’s stories with major news from around the Web. The app focuses on quick news consumption, allowing users to “catch up” on the most important current stories in a scrollable feed, with content selected by BuzzFeed’s editors. The catch up feed begins…

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  • WWDC: Apple Unveils News App for iOS 9

    … During its WWDC 2015 keynote, Apple introduced its News app, which will allow users to customize their news reading experience by following specific topics or news sources. The app’s goal is a familiar one, with platforms like Spotter and Flipboard already offering personalized news experiences. The first time users open News, they’ll be asked…

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  • Spotter News App Uses Artificial Intelligence to Personalize Feed

    … Ex-Google employees Tom Charytoniuk and Jon Emerson have announced the release of Spotter, their iPhone news app, which aims to make users smarter by presenting news and articles which matter most to their individual lives and careers. By connecting with Facebook, the app scans each user’s profile, suggesting overall topics to follow, rather…

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  • News App theScore eSports Launches on Android

    …, including DOTA 2, Counter-Strike, Call of Duty, StarCraft II and Hearthstone. While the overall app will provide news on multiple titles, League of Legends fans specifically can subscribe to alerts and notifications relating to the beginning and/or ending of competitive matches and games in the Korean, North American, European and Chinese leagues…

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