Fluent News Reader
Description of App
Fluent News aggregates made-for-mobile versions of top news sources into a single, intelligently organized, fully customizable mobile newspaper. It allows you to create up to 3 of your own custom sections based on keyword searches. You can also control the content by promoting one news source and disabling one news source. Unlimited custom sections and source filtering is available for a fee. Please see PREMIUM ACCESS below.
Fluent News displays complete articles without load-time delays, text pinching or leaving the application. It’s the fastest, most convenient app for reading news from multiple sources on the iPhone.
- Top news sources including: The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, FOX News, CNN, BBC, ESPN, TMZ, TIME, USA Today And dozens more!
- Intelligent grouping together of similar articles for uncluttered browsing with one-click access to additional coverage on any single story.
- Easy to save articles or share them via Facebook, Twitter and email.
- Offline access to news when an Internet connection is not available.
- Keyword search and the ability to create up to 3 of your own custom sections.
- Option to disable one news source and promote one news source.
In addition to all of the free features above, you can purchase Premium Access, which allows for unlimited custom sections and unlimited source promotion/filtering. It also suppresses ads from the section article lists. Premium Access is available for $1.99 per month or $2.99 for 3 months.
We do not recommend downloading Fluent News unless you are on OS 3.0 or higher. Several features in this version are not compatible with earlier operating systems and in some instances the app simply does not work.
We hope you enjoy Fluent News. Please send your feedback and comments to email@example.com.
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This is the best news app I've found so far. All the buttons are clearly labeled, the settings and customizable options are intuitive and easy to understand, and I can quickly find the stories I'm interested in. All you need to do is click on a story headline, and you're taken to the full article, which VoiceOver will read flawlessly.