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Monday, August 6, 2012

5 best news apps for Android to provide you totally different way of news reading

Actually I am not so like reading news on the internet or newspaper. But reading news can make us to clear what happened around this mess world. If you like reading news. I think the follow content is just writing for you. Today I will introduce you 5 best news apps for Android with different style to present the news. Let's check them now.

5. Google Currents (Rated: 4.1)

Google Currents delivers beautiful magazine-like editions to your tablet and smartphone for high speed and offline reading.

Editions are all free and include:
Publisher editions - Publishers such as Forbes, The Guardian, TechCrunch, PBS, Saveur, and more have produced hundreds of editions including in-depth articles, videos, fine photography, slideshows, live-maps, and social streams.

Google trending editions - Google Currents uses Google search technology to hourly build a set of editions tracking the five most recent trending stories in categories such as world, entertainment, sports, science, and more. Each story is presented through a fresh edition of articles, videos, and pictures.

Your favorite blogs and feeds - Instantly, turn your Google Reader subscriptions, or any of your favorite blogs/feeds into a beautiful edition with a magazine feel.

Each edition is available for high speed offline reading, and provides quick-touch sharing. Google Currents self-adapts to differently sized phones and tablets, with your subscriptions synchronized across devices. Google Currents - a reading experience not to be missed.

4. Pulse News (Rated: 4.4)

Pulse News is a beautiful app that takes your favorite websites and transforms them into a colorful and interactive mosaic. Tap on an article to see a clean and elegant view of the news story. Save stories for reading later across all platforms or sync them with Instapaper, Read it Later and Evernote. Sharing a story via Facebook, Twitter and email is as easy as two taps.

All your content in one place: So easy to add any content you want, from Huffington Post, Time Magazine and Vanity Fair to your Facebook feed.

Dual view: For each article on Pulse, you can switch between a clean summary of the article or go to the website directly. When you tap on an article, both are ready to view, almost instantly!

Offline sync: No internet? No problem. Pulse loads the news stories you read, and makes them available wherever you are.

Save Stories: Collect your favorite stories using your account. Send to Instapaper, Read it Later, Evernote and Google Reader, all in one tap.

News discovery: Pulse features new publishers each week. You can also search for a news source by simple keywords.

Easy share: Found an interesting news article? Sharing a news story on Pulse via Email, Facebook, and Twitter is as easy as two taps.

Source Syncing: With your Pulse account, sync your favorite sources across your all your devices and platforms.

Integration with Google Reader: Pulse allows you to directly import all your RSS feeds from Google Reader. Your stories are synced with your Google account.
3. Flipboard: Your News Magazine (Rated: 4.5)

Flipboard's award-winning experience lets people see everything in one place. By bringing together the world's stories and life's great moments, you can stay up to date with the things that matter most. Flip through the news from your Twitter timeline as well as from outlets like the BBC, USA Today and The Verge. See everything from posts and photos shared by friends on Facebook and Instagram to videos from Stephen Colbert and pop culture nuggets from Rolling Stone. Find inspiration for your travel, style and life from places like National Geographic, Oprah and Cool Hunting.

Be amazed by what you see when everything people are sharing, collecting and publishing in every moment comes together in a single place.

Search for anything—people, topics, hashtags, blogs, your favorite sites—and flip through articles, updates, photos and videos in a beautiful magazine format.

Connect Flipboard to 12 social networks, streamlining your reading and activities like commenting, liking and sharing. Services include Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Google+, YouTube, Google Reader, LinkedIn, Flickr, 500px, Sina Weibo and Renren.

Get a quick dose of what’s happening now, in Cover Stories, a constantly updated selection of articles, photos and videos shared by your friends.

Save anything to read later using Instapaper, Pocket and Readability.

Create a Flipboard account to access your favorite content and social networks on different or shared devices.

Enjoy Flipboard in 14 localized editions—for Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Korea, Netherlands, Spain, Taiwan, U.S. and U.K.

Explore hundreds of staff picks in the Content Guide, including must-read magazines and blogs, gorgeous photography and special curated sections devoted to the news of the day and other topics of interest.

Access Flipboard quickly through the widget.
2. Feedly (Rated: 4.6)

Feedly is a fresh, bright RSS reader that integrates smoothly with Google Reader and comes with a host of settings, functions and options. This app also integrates with Google Reader, Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook, Read it Later and Instapaper. The app comes with a funky widget too, so you can get your feeds direct to your homescreen.

Another great part about freely is that is also has a Chrome app for use while on your computer so you can switch systems and still get all your news in one place. If you use Google Reader or any RSS reader I recommend giving freely a try both on a phone and tablet and as some style to your daily news.

1. News Republic (Rated: 4.6)

News Republic is a powerful application with a separate phone version and a tablet version. It can be described as somewhat of a combination of Pulse and Currents with your news separated into topics, brands, and even athletes instead of specific sources or websites. News Republic offers all of the news while the developer also has different versions of the app for a more specific focus such as Appy Geek wich provides all tech news and the recently released Sports Republic.

Personalize: Create your own channels and follow only the topics that matter to you.

Explore: Browse the news through the innovative TagNav™ explorer.

Get Alerted: Set custom alerts on your favorite topics and never miss important news.

Share: Read any article and share it with friends by email, Twitter or Facebook.

React: Express your mood on any topic and read the articles with the most reactions.

Extend: Find out more about the article you just read from a selection of top online resources.
That are all  top rated news apps for android I collected for you. I am using Current and Flipboard. Both of them offer me the great experience. You can just choose one from those 5 apps according to your demand. If you also have another good app, please leave your comment with only text. Thank you!

1 comment:

  1. I have find out a best news applications from here which i am seeking from long times. I always like to read news from internet so hope that above iphone apps will be helpful to me for reading a all latest news from internet in easy way.

    best news app


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