Available via web browsers or on iOS and Android, it takes content from news sources and social media, presents it as a personalized digital magazine, and lets users “flip” through it.
Download For: Google Reader might be gone, but the technology behemoth still has a popular news aggregator in the form of Google News.
Like other apps on this list, it pulls thousands of articles from credible online news organizations, blogs, and magazines, and presents them in a polished format.
Google News gives you the option to set up a personal briefing that updates throughout the day with relevant stories, or you can choose to get full coverage about a topic, including different perspectives, a timeline of key events, and more.
Additionally, Google makes it easy to subscribe to newspapers and magazines with a single tap, so you can support the publications you love.
Download For: Fark is a good place to find news of a more peculiar variety. Created by Drew Curtis in 1999, community members submit potential news stories to the website on a daily basis, and the Fark team chooses around 100 to display on the homepage.
Articles are categorized with tags like Awkward, Creepy, Ironic, or Florida.
Fark is further broken up over several tabs for Entertainment, Sports, Politics, and more.
However, Android users will have to stick with the mobile version of the website for now.
The app features a clean format with beautiful photography, and articles are optimized for iPhone, iPad, and Mac, so readers are guaranteed a good reading experience on any device.
It also features a daily, curated digest and the ability to save articles for offline viewing.