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There has been an explosion of news apps in the app stores and this news addiction is actually one of the few dependencies that it is actually good to indulge. If you like to stay current, these five apps can help you.
APPY Geek: This is the top news app for Android. Technology enthusiasts can track the latest and most relevant topics across technology and innovation. It has been downloaded more than 100,000 times and APPY Geek requires Android 1.5 or higher.
BBC News: It offers streamed live, social features and personalization and lets users re-order the news categories to suit their interests. The news items focus more on the U.K. BBC News requires iOS 3.1.3.
Read It Later Pro: This news app lets users save webpages to read later, so that they can read it even without an internet connection. It costs US $2.99 and there is also a lite, free version is available for this app. It requires Android 2.1 and higher.
World Newspapers: This Android app offers more than 6000 Android-optimized newspapers, websites and magazines with video links. It has crossed 1 million downloads and requires Android 2.0.
News.me: It is a social news app that can pull in content from your Twitter feed and make it readable. This app is free to download, however users need to pay 99 cents per week, or $34.99 for a year to receive the content.
If you are news junkie, these few apps can help you stay updated on the go.
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