A smartphone without an app is like a computer without a software. In a constantly evolving world of technology, smartphone manufacturers are in a never ending race to produce the best gadget. Today, specifications are above everything and there is no limit to the price tag. With time, the fame of mobile apps have taken by storm. Consequently, every consumer wants a slice of action to spice up their lives. Whether you are a news enthusiast or a social geek, below is a list of our favorite ‘Tech’ news apps.
BuzzFeed known for its viral content, is popular for its listing categories like “8 facts about…” or 5 reasons to”. It’s like a rainbow where each color represents a category following in genres such as educational, silly, exciting, and intriguing. The app is provides a nice widget that lets you access hundreds of articles and Best Of’s. It engages the reader with the latest news. It has notification alerts and quizzes. It’s free to download, with a built in browser that makes it super-fast to load.
The Japan based news app has relationships with The AP, The Atlantic and The LA Times to make content available with a push of a button. The award winning app of 2013 allows readers to sync Twitter account which enables the app to personalize content based on the user’s welfare. The built in readability mode tunes out distractions that make it easier to read. The content can also be accessed offline. It pops articles in a click of a snap with its SmartView technology, making it super-fast and simple. It’s a must have app in your smartphone to access content that you desire.
Flipboard has a slick print style page layout, that lets the reader control the content to be added in each publication. Subscription of blogs and articles is easier with the red ribbon icon. The app’s trademark ‘flip’ animation between pages allows the user an exceptional persona. Content is unlimited with numerous categories like technology, business, entertainment, politics and design. This Tech app allows you to connect with any of your social media accounts, let’s say; Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+, to limit your desired material. With a unique design, it rules as the best Android news reading app.