Plus, there is a curated “best of web” section, which will provide you unique news articles that you might not have otherwise heard or seen.
Local or WorldwideIt can be tough to find an app that not only lets you read sources from various news outlets across the globe.
But Haystack TV does that and pushes the envelope by giving users access to more than 300 channels to watch the news from your area or anywhere in the world.
The list of good news apps can go on and on for days, as there are many different ways to consume “news” nowadays.
This is a good problem to have as you can find the best news app to consume information in a way that you enjoy.
Google News has been around for quite some time, but it was left untouched for far too long. News categories are displayed as “Channels” at the top of the screen, giving you the option to swipe through them one by one or tap on a specific channel.
With an app like Must, those concerns are put to rest as this acts as a social media network for movies and TV shows.
Live updatesWhen news breaks, chances are that it broke via Twitter somehow.
Save it for laterPocket has become a favorite amongst news-readers for the ability to save articles to read later quickly.
Then, Google decided to give it a much-needed and much-deserved facelift, and it has become the de-facto news app for many.
This is largely in part to the curation provided and the personalization options that are built right in.
On the other hand, Inoreader, is for the more “power users” who are looking for more from their news app.
You can customize your newsfeed to show exactly what you want, and there are plenty of integrations to save content for later with the help of Evernote, Dropbox, and more.
Andrew Myrick Senior Editor Andrew Myrick is a Senior Editor at Android Central.
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