Top 5 Android News Apps of 2014
Circa is a mobile news service, accessible via an app which was released in 2012. It is currently available for Android and iOS devices. The biggest advantage of using Circa is that it provides “atomisation” of the news rather than “summarisation”. Where “atomisation” according to Circa means: “To break down a story into its core elements: facts, stats, quotes and media”, as opposed to summarisation where content is reduced for quicker reading, or users are linked elsewhere for the full story.
It also pushes multiple updates known as “points” over the days, weeks and months as stories continue to develop.
This app gives you selected latest news by organizing the RSS feeds. The app’s editors turn the internet’s vast and cacophonous flood of articles, blog posts, magazine pieces, status updates, photos and videos into the elegant and endlessly engrossing mix known as Digg. The app’s UI is icing on the cake!
Simple and effective, these words say a lot about feedly – one of the most popular news reading apps available on android market. It is powered by RSS, feedly is an open system: you can add any RSS feed to your feedly and easily read the content of your favorite feeds on the go. Just enter the URL of a feed in the search bar. The best way to start is to search of a blog and youtube channel you read regularly and add it to your feedly.
You get a lot of options for sharing your news too.
Feedly team has been given the ‘Top Developer‘ tag. This readily explains the effectiveness of the app.
This app basically creates your own personalized magazine by adding articles from the world’s top most publications. In terms of real world reading experience, Flipboard is the best app you can get. The flipping page effect is simply superb. You can even follow your favorite magazines. While Feedly boasts its ‘Top Developer‘ tag, this beauty is ‘Editors’ Choice‘ as well.
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Here comes the Indian competitor to the world of news apps. This app gives you the short crisp summary of the news in just 60 words. You can read complete story and even similar ones by using simple swipe gestures. Packed in simple UI this app gives you news categorized in 11 different categories. It even has a separate section for unread news – that’s how you pamper your users!