News aggregator apps available on Android have dramatically reshaped how we stay informed with the latest news. Newspapers, tabloids, and even broadcast have become a thing of the past.
We chose the following apps by analyzing their performance on Android smartphones and iPhones.
The following roundup will feature five of our favorite news apps for iPhones and Android smartphones.
Apple News comes preloaded on every iOS device, and like most of Apple’s apps, it remains unavailable on Android platforms. The News app places a big focus on images and quick-loading videos, and publications.The New York Times and National Geographic have partnered with the company to make their content readily available. You can also follow trends or individual topics, ranging from politics to niche topics.
Google has been a major player in the news business for years. Its aggregation engine is widely viewed as one of the best in the market. And those who have been accessing news in the browser have relied on it for quite a long time.
Google News on the iPhone and Android smartphones offers a similar experience.
Google News comes with a function for analyzing your tastes and delivering you the content you care about. And when you boot it up, you’ll see the top five stories right now. You can find a single story. Also get a timeline of articles to help you see how the story has evolved over time. And since it works with your Google account, you can access news in the browser, on mobile, and elsewhere.
Google News is a free download.
No best Android news app can beat Flipboard news aggregator when it comes to style and aesthetic look. The print-style page layout makes it easy to navigate. This app analyzes the news you often visit and offer similar stories.
If you don’t have time at the moment, you can add news articles to the custom-made magazine on Flipboard. Additional features include “See less new stories like this” and “Mute Site” to see fewer stories from a news source.
In Flipboard’s news app, you cannot get rid of similar news stories in the news feed.
Why use Flipboard?
- An elegant magazine-like interface
- Follow friends activity
- Newsfeed customized according to your interests
Feedly is smaller than some of the heavyweights in the news app market listed. But it’s coming on strong, with one of the more appealing designs in this roundup.
Feedly simply provides you easy access to the content you care about. It is a nice, full-screen pane to read the articles on your phone. Best of all, it comes with a night mode for reading content in the dark.
Feedly comes with an artificial intelligence feature identifying the kind of content you care and delivering it to your phone. It’s a handy way to find the news you love.
Inoreader is another small startup that has a solid choice for anyone looking for alternatives.
One of Inoreader’s most important features is its design. The app’s Dive feature separates content along different topics. This lets you build your own newsfeed based on the content you like most. Best of all, it does it all by making visual components, like still images, the centerpiece.
Inoreader features a night mode for reading content in the dark. You also have the ability to save content you want to read but don’t yet have time to get through. You can even export content and send it to others.