Apps for reading news

KING FEATURES SYNDICATEApril 26, 2013 

News Reader apps aggregate the content and let you prioritize how you view it and when you read it.

APPLE

AP Mobile (Free)* - The AP newswire provides the latest news stories to thousands of newspapers worldwide; you can access this resource with AP's mobile app. (Mobilewalla Score: 99/100)

SkyGrid (Free)* - Customize this reader with your favorite news topics, from current events to sports to entertainment. (Score: 94/100)

Zite (Free)* - Zite is the news reader that learns what you like and searches the world's news sources to deliver articles tailored to you. (Score: 91/100)

Gossip Bucket Free (Free) - Gossip Bucket is filled with all the celebrity news and gossip of the day from your favorite gossip sites. (Score: 85/100)

SportsPage Free (Free) - Tell Sportspage who your favorite teams are and it will build a tailored sports page just for you. (Score: 69/100)

ANDROID

Flipboard: Your News Magazine (Free)* - Give Flipboard a topic and it will search a wide number of publications and bring you back all the latest information on the subject. (Mobilewalla Score: 99/100)

Pocket (Free)* - Place news articles you want to read later in Pocket and create a targeted reading list that's available whenever you like. (Score: 96/100)

PopSci.com (Free)* - Popular Science magazine gathers the latest science and tech news together in the Popsci.com app. (Score: 89/100)

Zinio (Free)* - Features free daily articles and an international selection of magazines. (Score: 88/100)

Mobo Entertainment News & Pics (Free) - An international collection of entertainment, music and celebrity news. (Score: 84/100)

Apps with an asterisk* denote availability on Apple and Android. Mobilewalla is a search and discovery engine using breakthrough technology to score every app to help consumers navigate the mobile application marketplace.

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