Smartphones have become the hubs of information aggregation. Everything we need is present right at our fingertips. This has made it easier to keep ourselves updated with the happenings of the world more than ever before.
Here we have selected top 5 best news apps for you. These apps are some of our favorites.
Stay informed with breaking local, national and global headlines directly from the world’s definitive source for news. Available on the iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch, AP News by The Associated Press features a personalized experience containing. Other nifty features include push notifications for breaking news alerts, gorgeous photo galleries, and the ability to customize the kind of news you want to see on your homepage.
BBC World News is the BBC’s commercially funded international 24-hour news and information channel, broadcast in English in more than 200 countries and territories across the globe. You’ll get written stories, as well as access to the BBC’s live radio stream, and audio and video clips. Browse articles by category or geographical region and download them for offline reading.
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The MSNBC news app does one of the best jobs of sending out breaking news alerts using push notifications. The alerts are timely and relevant, but you can turn them off if they bother you. This free app is a good choice if you regularly watch MSNBC shows like Rachel Maddow or Hardball since it includes lots of video segments from those shows.
For a conservative take on the news, the free Fox News app is a great choice. Not only does the app include articles from the Fox News website, it’s also packed with video from both Fox News and Fox Business. Watch either channel live in the app, along with exclusive content that can only be seen inside the app.
New York Times
Get the full experience of America’s paper of record on your iPhone with this free app. As with the Times’ website, you can read up to 10 free articles per month. If you want more than that, you’ll need to subscribe (options include $14.99/month for the app). Along with articles, the app offers the Times’ multimedia content and breaking news alerts.