With the onset of digitalization in 2016 various factors help it to be a successful in nature. The technology advancement along with the availability & accessibility of internet to millions of people made it possible for reaching out to anything at one go.
Digitalization, Technology & Internet amalgamation enhanced social media usage among the internet users. Thus, platforms like Twitter, and Facebook are extensively used to know about the latest happening in today’s world instead of the traditional methods like newspapers, tabloids & even broadcasters.
At a time when everything is available at one click, here are some of the applications which could further improve your news consuming experience on your phone.
No Android news app can beat Flipboard. The news aggregator app analyzes the news one often reads and further offers 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.
The layout of the app is like traditional grid news style but at the same time one cannot get rid of similar news stories in the news feed.
Way2News is a Hyderabad-based hyper-local short news mobile application backed by Way2Online Interactive Private Limited. It is currently active in eight languages - Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Marathi, Gujarathi, Kannada and Bengali.
With its eye keen on the hyperlocal news, the app provides personalized news in short-summarised, magazine-style flip format in categories like Sports, Politics, Business, Entertainment, Technology and etc, with various user-friendly features and engaging content.
Way2News has a strong editorial team, that curates top news content for its users, apart from personalising stories to the choice of a user through Artificial Intelligence. Hyper-local news is also published, and is presented based on the interest of a user as well as his/her native language
InShorts is an Indian start-up that is gradually leveling with other top Android news apps because of its unique concept of delivering the news. Inshorts is an app based product that sends out news stories in 60 word bites for busy but interested readers.
It has a “MyFeed” tab which shows news based on your preferences. The app's layout is similar to “one flashcard at a time” showing 60 relevant words on a topic, while the entire article can be accessed by swiping left.
The Feedly Android app is super-fast in updating content. It’s an RSS reader. You can fine-tune the application based on your idea of the best news site. It means you can pull from a variety of sites and sources.
The goal is to build your own news network from places that you trust. Just search for any news source or copy the link to subscribe to it. It comes with integration with Facebook, IFTTT, Twitter, Evernote, OneNote, Pinterest, LinkedIn, and others. Additionally, you can access your feed on your mobile phone or on your computer with their website.
Dailyhunt is a Bangalore based mobile application that publishes news and aggregates news in 14 languages. Earlier, Dailyhunt was called Newshunt. It has been considered as one of the world's top mobile applications for news with 22 million users and 30 billion page views per month.
However, the news app in India has gradually become a mere tool for bombarding ads and sponsored content....