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The world of IT and business has us going nonstop at arnbreakneck speed, so we need to be able to get our news on the run. One of the handiestrnways to get that news is by subscribing to a newsfeed (or 12). You can easilyrnkeep tabs on technology, world events, finance, politics, and much more (fromrnmultiple sources) in a single app.
As you might expect, tons of news-centric apps are available,rnmaking it tough to narrow the field to the best ones. Let’s see what mobilernapps top the charts for feeding you the news you need.
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Whenrnyou tap a story to view, it will automatically open in the built-in Feedlyrnreader. You can open a story in a web browser, save it to Evernote, share it torna social feed, email it, and more. Feedly is available for Android and IOS andrnis free.
Articlesrnon the Play Newstand offer text, audio, and video, depending upon the piece.rnYou can also save articles for offline reading, open articles in a browser, andrnshare articles via the Android built-in sharing system. Play Newstand is freernand is available on Android. It’s rumored to be coming to IOS in late 2014.
Digg is still one of the largestrnnews aggregators on the web. The Digg app offers a straightforward interfacernthat gives you instant access to the Digg feed. You can search for content andrnadd feeds (by searching or adding URLs). To save a feed, you must allow Digg tornsign into a Google, Facebook, or Twitter account. (NOTE: Digg has trouble withrnGoogle accounts that have two-step authentication enabled.)