Don't-Miss News software Stories
When USA Today launched its iPad app last year, critics noted that two big sections of the newspaper's coverage--Tech and Travel--were missing entirely from its tablet content. No more.
The Guardian has relaunched its news app for iPhone with eye towards making money—from advertisements in the United States, and through subscription fees in its native United Kingdom.
Reeder for iPad, a popular RSS reader for the tablet device, debuted a major upgrade Wednesday -- even as its creator went public with his feud against a competing application.
Apple on Monday pulled an iPhone app from the App Store that let users read secret U.S. diplomatic cables published by WikiLeaks and follow the controversial organization's Twitter feed.
Flipboard announced Thursday it its adding Google Reader support to its iPad application, part of a major and much-anticipated upgrade to an offering that had already been named Apple's App of the Year for 2010.
On Tuesday morning, CNN launched its iPad app, a multimedia offering featuring text, photos, live video, and hourly two-minute updates from the news network's radio service.
Politico has launched its iPad application, joining a growing list of news publications to refashion their content for Apple's tablet device.
A survey by a journalism institute suggests that those who consume a lot of news on their iPad are more likely to drop their print subscriptions.
Danish newspaper, Ekstra Bladet, is reportedly threatening to sue Apple over the iPhone maker's refusal to allow photos of topless women to appear in apps.
The new 3.0 version of the NPR News app for iPhone brings the ability to search the news organization's archives, play audio in the background, and more.
As promised, The Economist on Friday launched its app for iPhone and iPad, making the full magazine available for reading or listening.
CBS Mobile has launched 60 Minutes for iPad, a new paid app that features an extensive archive of video segments from the venerable news program's 42-year history.
The New York Times Company has released an update to the New York Times app for iPad that adds iOS 4.2 support and blocks off numerous sections of the publication to unregistered users.
The Economist says it will launch its weekly magazine as an application for the iPhone and iPad on Friday. Print and digital subscribers will be able to access for no additional charge.
Users interested in giving Pulse News Reader a whirl can now do so without laying down their credit card—on Monday, Alphonso Labs announced that the app would now be available for free on the App Store.