iPhone and iPad apps tagged "general news."
News Republic Releases Its Popular News App for iPhone, Android in Germany
News Republic, a free personalized news app, is ready to enter the German market after its success story in the U.S. and other European countries.
News Tweets Aggregates Headlines from Top Networks
PS Ventures Limited today announced that their new app, News Tweets, is now available as a free download for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch from Apple's App Store.
News Gets Personal With News360 2.0: Discover All the News That Matters on Any Mobile Device and the Web
http News360, the popular cross-platform newsreader that looks at the world's top stories from every angle, today released News360 2.0, which introduces a Web-based version of the app, and upgrades for iPad and Android Honeycomb tablet users.
Follow Elected Officials with politicoTracker
Political news junkies will enjoy politicoTracker for its ability to quickly aggregate news on their favorite (or least favorite) elected officials. PoliticoTracker includes an impressive list of every elected state and federal representative.
Yahoo! on iPhone and iPod touch Beats Blackberry
Do you Yahoo? If so, you can now download Yahoo! onto your iPhone or Touch for free.
Tap News vs. News Fuse: Both Apps Consolidate Name-Brand News
Tap News and News Fuse are so similar in so many ways, I figured that I should compare them side-by-side.
Tap News, from Sudobility, and News Fuse USA, from icoderz, pull together articles from nine popular news outlets so you can access them all from one place.
The Wall Street Journal News Reader a Top News App
WSJ - The Wall Street Journal mobile reader, the new iPhone app from the venerable financial news source, is another solid news reader for the iPhone/iPod touch. It is fluid and makes reading, watching, and listening to content from The Wall Street Journal content easy.
Gumbo: Dashboard-like App Needs More Preparation
I like Gumbo, Trimeego's new app, but not as much as I like the spicy Cajun stew.
Gumbo (the app) cleverly puts bite-sized chunks of info, or snippets, into a buffet where you can pick and choose whatever feeds your head.
MeeHive Customizes News Cravings
There is an incredible amount of news and information that can be accessed from your iPhone. With RSS readers and mobile sites galore it can be a bit overwhelming at times. MeeHive seeks to be a way that sorts through the clutter to deliver the content you are most interested in.
HuffingtonPost.com Joins the Growing List of News Apps
Add the Huffington Post to the growing list of free newsreader apps. The HuffingtonPost.com iPhone app is similar in many ways to the other news apps I've looked at including the New York Times, Mobile News Network Powered by AP and USA Today.
USA Today Headlines Newspapers Apps in the App Store
USA Today has come a long way since it was launched in 1982 with the aim of becoming a national newspaper. Love it or hate it, "McPaper," as it was once called by some detractors, USA Today's app proves its still on top of the newspaper business.
Lifehack App is a Simplified Clone of Lifehack.org Web site
Lifehack.org is a website dedicated providing articles detailing how to get things done quickly. As far as their app goes, it does quite the opposite. If you are a follower of Lifehack.org (the Web site) then you will probably want to check out Lifehack (the app) by Stepcase Limited.
NYT App Takes All the News that's Fit to Print Offline
You would be hard pressed to find a more esteemed newspaper anywhere in the world than The New York Times. Since 1918, the NYT has won 98 Pulitzer Prizes, far more than any other U.S. newspaper.
Black Friday Deals Makes the Day Even More Grim than Usual
The only thing I can think of that would be worse than being murdered in my sleep is paying retail, which explains why I like apps that make it easy to find discounts as much as a crow likes shiny trinkets.
Shovel is Digg for the iPhone
Shovel is an app that lists the top stories from the Digg news service on your iPhone. It is run by a seperate company (not Digg itself), which makes it somewhat likely Digg will shut it down somewhere in the near future.