A simple interface and the ability to learn and deliver fresh sources makes Zite a great option to personalize the way you read mobile news.
iPhone and iPad apps tagged "newsreader."
Current Events Stream By on FLUD for iPad and iPhone
Ever sat back and thought "Gee, I wish my news feed had more of a 'Hollywood Squares' feel to it?" Truth be told, you probably haven't evet thought that. But, trust me, it's much more elegant than it sounds: An ordered grid of news and social content can speed up your daily browsing by letting you skim through your favorite providers' content without the need to open and peruse tabs individually.
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.
TechCrunch Offline Reader Covers the Whole News Suite, but is Buggy
TechCrunch Offline Reader - In the 21st century it’s all about instant gratification. So much in fact, that we can’t live without our news, books, game stats, and product reviews at the touch of a button.
SourceForge Network News is a Snooze
If you're a regular denizen of Slashdot.org, Freshmeat.net and other SourceForge Network sites, you can now get your geek on with SourceForge Network News for the iPhone and iPod touch.
Variety App Doesn't Offer as Much Variety as the Real Thing
Variety one of the leading entertainment industry publications has gone a step beyond mobile. They’ve created an iPhone app. The publication that reports on who’s who and what’s going on in the world of film, television and music according to Hollywood has an iPhone application that supposed to do it all.
NewsRack Delivers Info to the Palm of Your Hand
For those who like their news in the palm of their hand Newsstand will deliver the goods. Newsstand is an RSS reader app that offers up the news from a chosen list of sites or feeds. It displays the information in both portrait and landscape view. It couldn’t be easier to set up. Just choose the sites that you visit frequently and save them to the app. Edit the names of the feeds you’d like to place in the app and create folders to keep everything organized.