You can also find relevant stories based on your location.
Users can catch up quickly with Editorial Highlights as well as follow the financials with their personal Market Watchlist.
Reuters News also allows users to save articles for offline reading.
With a subscription to inkl, you get access to content from a variety of sources such as the The Guardian, Straits Times, The Economist, Bloomberg and more.
It all comes in an ad-free reader interface with tools to follow favored topics and filter news for relevance, with related stories for multiple perspectives as well as curated collections and Good News to lighten things up.
Users can subscribe to RSS Feeds, blogs, podcasts, social media searches and more, complete with search, a personalized dashboard, the option to save to services like Pocket and Google Drive, or share to scheduling services like Buffer and HootSuite. Users can follow their favorite news topics as well as local AP-affiliated news sources, check out photo galleries, video and radio news, and receive customized news alerts based on personalized topics.
Featuring content from more than 2,000 reporters in 180 countries, Reuters News provides a broad perspective for world news, as well the option to narrow down and build a more personalized news stream with your favorite topics.
Feedly lands among the best news apps by carrying on the banner for traditional RSS reader-style apps after the late, lamented Google Reader shut down.
Users can sign up to Feedly and then follow their favorite topics, websites, blogs, keywords, social media accounts, and more, with the app constantly supplying a stream of the latest from the topics that users follow and customizable list and reading views that suit their tastes.
A news reader app that puts the priority on presentation, Flipboard is another old favorite, turning bland-looking web articles into slick presentations not out of place in some glossy magazine.
You can then take your time reading through articles repackaged into media-centric reader views, or get the latest breaking news in your notification tray.
Once installed, Pocket integrates with the share sheets and buttons of many apps, email services and browsers, allowing you to quickly save interesting content for later.
Your saved content syncs across devices, and users can configure the reader view; Pocket will even read to you if you want it.