Today’s mobile apps can do almost everything. Apps can be used to do everything, including checking your email, updating Facebook, sending photos, and getting coupons. As long as you have the right apps, you can keep up with breaking news. These are the top five news apps to keep you up-to-date with all the latest around the globe:
1cast, an iPhone app that keeps you up to date on all things world-wide, can be customized to suit your needs. You can create a customized feed with articles and videos that will be delivered directly to your iOS device, whether you are interested in celebrity news, stock quotes or elections. This app is constantly updated.
- USA TODAY
No need to buy a subscription to this internationally-renowned newspaper; all you need is the free app. The iPhone app keeps you informed about world news, politics and sports, and provides up-to-the minute information about weather conditions in the U.S.
- BBC News
The app offers a wide range of news services, just like other apps. But what makes this app so special is the ability not only to view stories by region or category, but also to download content for offline reading. This app can also listen to live radio broadcasts, which makes it ideal for quick updates. It’s also available for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad.
- The Pulse
Pulse is an innovative, user-friendly and well-designed iPhone app that’s only 50 in the Apple Store Hall of Fame. This app collects your favorite websites from Lonely Planet to the NY Times to Facebook and Yahoo, and tracks their updates. To stay on top of the online world, all you need to do is read and open.
- CBS EyeMobile
Built by the internationally-renowned news syndicate CBS, this fantastic app does everything a news app should and more. You can browse stories through a simple, intuitive interface. You can also customize the app to suit your needs and keep track of weather changes. CBS EyeMobile allows you to submit news stories and photos that you have taken with your phone. You can also view news submitted by users around the globe and cast your vote for its newsworthiness.