Don't-Miss News software Stories
Even when shrunk down to fit the iPhone's screen, Flipboard still offers a great interface for casual reading.
The free iPad news-reading app from Yahoo is enjoyable to use, but too much of its content feels limited to be a go-to app for news junkies.
Fun to look at and fun to use, this iPad news-reading app is a triumph.
Of all the news apps promising a personalized experience, Newstream comes the closest -- at least for iPhone and iPod touch users.
These apps have jumped at the chance to take advantage of the new Newsstand feature in iOS 5.
The app provides podcast versions of Marketplace radio segments you might hear on your local NPR station. But there are no extras, like extensive show archives or sharing features, to be found.
We've tested a few iOS apps that deliver news on the topics that interest you. Here's a round-up of our favorites.
Get our reviews of six top news discovery apps for your iPad in one place.
For the total experience of discovering, organizing, and listening to podcasts, iCatcher is tough to top.
USA Today was available in the App Store when the iPad first launched, but the software was buggy and incomplete. Since then, the tablet version of the newspaper has improved, though some flaws remain.
Both The Daily and CNN offer custom iPad news experiences. Lex Friedman pits the two against each other to see which -- old-school CNN or upstart The Daily -- does the job better.
This iPad app does a solid job serving as a portal to more than 4,000 newspapers in the United States and around the world.
Looking to keep tabs on the latest data coming out of the world of finance? These apps go beyond the limited data you'll find in the built-in iOS Stocks app.
This app -- which splashes the headlines from your RSS feed across your iOS device -- works best on the iPhone. On the iPad, it makes poor use of the tablet's ample screen space.
Looking for something to read? Chances are your favorite magazine is available in iPad form.