Felipe MolinaBlogger at Fundador.co

Where do you read the news?

There are many news (aggregators)/journalism apps. Which one is your favorite? Why?
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16 recommended
  1. 54
    Google News

    An all-new Google News powered by AI

    Best app for news/journalism in my opinion. The interface is a lot cleaner and quicker if you just want curated news, and Google can pull from every media source known to man when you're looking for the latest news on a specific topic. So it covers every use case/scenario.
    mark!Sr. Social Media Manager, Red Bull Β· Written
    Love the "View All Coverage" button so you can see coverage from several news outlets. Lately it's been my go-to over Apple News.
    • Nick NishDeveloper and Product Lover

      The UX is just a joy to use. I've been using this for a week now, and it's gotten me back into reading the news every day. My news consumption went from 0 to checking 2-5x/day.

      As I'm already hitting the reading limit for my favorite sources in 1 week, I can see myself actually paying for NYT.

      A few features that I adore:

      β€’ Headlines shows you the top current headlines

      β€’ You can swipe between different sources and see quotes from them

      β€’ A US-based news app that let's you view World news easily?! πŸ‘πŸΌ

      β€’ For You shows you stories that the algorithm thinks you'll like

      β€’ Supports the publisher's reading cap rules (ex. NYT's 5 free articles)

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    • Duane Wilson✌️I like Designing & Building Products

      Curious if this is another example of group think... If it's looking at what my friends do and what I typically do then it'll reinforce that behaviour and I won't learn anything new or have a chance to thin outside of my own sphere of influence. So that's what I question about these types of things - even though I like them (because I'm designed to)

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  2. 38
    Sip by Product Hunt

    Daily tappable tech news and stories.

    Came across it yesterday, to the point and once per day, just the right amount of tech-related news I need.😎
    • AngieFounder of YourApparel

      I have been part of the beta and I love Sip! The short news stories just take a few minutes to read and I'm up to speed. I love how the app works and Sip is an app I'll keep on my iPhone.

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    • Arun SathiyaHappiness Engineer, Automattic

      I have been using Sip for a while now, but never received any notifications - that's probably because it's being officially launched only today. Let's see how this goes!

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  3. 17

    The day's most fascinating news!

    Straight to the point, deliberately selected with the humor mixed into the writing. Highly recommended.
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  4. Parthiv PatelHere to see cool stuff. Β· Written
    I like using Pocket since I can use it across my devices and the "Must Read" section often surfaces articles and topics I wouldn't normally seek out but end up being interesting.
  5. Danny de VriesWeb Developer Β· Written
    Using the free version, can't live without the 'today' feature.
  6. Chris Messina11Product designer & entrepreneur Β· Written
    It's my daily zeitgeist of all the most important news in tech.
  7. Tanushree ShenviMarketing Manager, CleverTap Β· Written
    Go through news in just 60 words
  8. Prasad LingawarGrowth @ Plivo Β· Written
    My newspaper :) You don't need (aggregators)/journalism apps if you have Inshorts. Highly recommended to try this if you are in India.
    I use Inshorts because it provides short and important news ,no need to read the long-long news. It provides what is relevant and required and i can remain updated all the time.
  9. All of the articles feel native and super fast. Human curations makes the app feel really personal and the recommendations work very well.
  10. Jon WattsHead of Delivery & Infrastructure Β· Written
    I use the Quartz app for Android (alongside Google News, Sip by Product Hunt and Refind for Facebook Messenger). The Quartz app is a more contemporary way to receive news that I am interested in. I really like that Quartz is designed for mobile devices and love the modern conversation style approach and that it allows me to choose if I want to find out more about a particular article or skip to the next item. https://play.google.com/store/ap...
  11. Sonu DhoteTechnical Editor @ www.theproche.com Β· Written
    I recommend this one as I found a lot here from core technology.
  12. 3
    Hacker News API

    Hacker News now has an API. Awesome. :)

    Vincent TangFrontend Developer Β· Written
    Hackernews, there's many interesting topics related to computerscience, and some limited general news
  13. 2
    Reddit App

    The official app for Android & iOS. Meow.

    mark!Sr. Social Media Manager, Red Bull Β· Written
    Subscribe to relevant subreddits to the news you care about is a great way to stay on top of what's happening in the world/your city/your industry. For power users, you can also work with multi-reddits.
  14. Siddharth GawshindeProduct enthusiast and developer Β· Written
    Short news, fast notification. Picking up from all sources including Twitter.
  15. this newsletter brought me back the joy of reading newsletters lol. now i have subscribed to many newsletters that they started being annoying again... anyways, it gives you a distilled version of what's going on (or went on the previous day). it is quite US-centric. someone please recommends/makes a newsletter that covers more of the world.
  16. Adelaida Diaz-RoaCo-founder @ Nomo FOMO Β· Written
    Love their daily dose of news, it covers almost everything and from all over the world.