Everything Changes Once You Go Digital & News Is No Exception!
bookmark_borderJack Miller access_time
With the dawn of the internet, everything seems to have grown exponentially in the past two decades. People working in their regular household chores to the ones involved in selling news, cannot ignore the power/ impact of technology in our day to day lives. At present, it has become impossible to ignore the power of mobile applications in disseminating news across the globe and that too in real time.
With more use of images and videos, readers have started craving for condensed news and the option to read in detail at their convenience. In addition to this, current news must be updated on the constant basis so that real-time happenings are available for the reader and they are not forced to wait until the next day to find out today’s news. In fact, using the simple Google search option will give the end users an easy access to the leading news agency website links and even segregate it into videos and images. As a result, print media is drowsing with only niche community picking up a printed copy to read their news or article. With such declination, an incredible shift towards mobile has been found. Also, the access is available only at a fraction of cost. Mobile app developers these days have come up with a wide range of applications that provide readers the ultimate luxury of a familiar interface and experience of reading a magazine in your smartphones.
There are a ton of sites available around providing news that can be kept track of. Down below I would like to mention some of the best news mobile app for Android to help you stay organized, stay in the loop.
Another interesting news app that works a lot like Feedly. Here you can create a custom feed with your favorite news sources, sites, and other places. Although, Flipboard differs from Feedly by being a little more flashy. It even includes fun, animations, large images and an interesting UI that gives it the appearance of a digital magazine. It also has additional features for things like discovery. It's a rock solid app. You can get it and use it for free.
Google News and Google Now
Google news and Google now both work the same way. Google now keeps a track of all your searches and interests. It then even provides you news articles relevant to those interests. While Google News app on the other side is one of the newer news apps for mobile. It basically does the same thing but focuses only on the news. However, both require some kind of tinkering and some time for the proper stuff to show up. Overall, both are perfectly reasonable news apps for those who don't need news all day every day. And, they are also free.
Being one of the up and coming news apps, Inoreader works a lot like Feedly. You have a news reader that can be easily customized according to your tastes. It even includes 28 pre-made topics for those who don't want to dig and find their own sources. The following app also features offline support, a decent selection of topics, and it'll track what you read. However, It's not as in-depth as Feedly but a good alternative for those who don’t wish to waste their time in setting up feeds.
This one is my favorite! In fact, Twitter is arguably the best social media platform for news. However, it’s only one of the few platforms that shows post in chronological order. It will always show whats happening right now! Hashtags, trending topics, and some other discovery features make Twitter a cut above! Apart from this, there are a ton of horrible people on Twitter that say some pretty awful things. So, do you consider yourself among those who can read between the lines can find the latest good stuff faster than most other places, the platform is right for you!