When there’s so much happening around you every single second, how can you be so careless about it! You’re living in a world where oil prices and BPL standings change every day; a place where new Smartphones are being launched every minute; a desert where it can rain any second. You can’t afford to miss any of that. Can you? That’s why people have news applications installed on their Smartphones. But the problem is that there are many different sources of news and they all have one or two specific areas covered. So to make sure you get the best of all, you end up installing individual apps of all of them and your app drawer becomes like an closet of a college student; full of stuff that even he doesn’t know rest there! So if you want to avoid that situation, here’s a way through!
I am talking about the latest iOS app called Bundle News that has been developed by DWARF PLANET. The app is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad and requires iOS 7.0 or any later version of the OS. This app has also been optimized for iPhone 5, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
What makes Bundle News unique and different from others is that it’s not the source itself but is the source of many other sources. Confused? Let me put it that way. It provides you news articles under business, technology, sports, entertainment, magazines, etc collected from all different sources such as Mashable, Engadget, The Daily Beast, Cinema Blend, etc. So you don’t need to install their individual apps anymore because you can get it all in this one app. Moreover you can pick different sections of news from different sources; just what they’re popular for. You can also filter out news as per time frames. So if you want to bite on some current news topics, just look out for the happenings in the last 48 years. Also when you’re glancing over the headlines, you can pick your news articles and read them later at once in the My Bundle section of the app. If any article impresses you, do like it and share it with your friends on social media.
Grabbing news articles from different sources is relatively easier but combining them all under one roof so that one can read it easily is very difficult. It’s like you’ve jotted down the notes, but will you be able to understand them once you reach home? But the developer of Bundle News seems like one very good and sincere student who has done his homework very well. The grid structure of the news drawer and seamless navigation make it an awesome reading experience overall. If you’re looking for a particular keyword like news on Manchester United, you’ll get all the related articles listed in grids. Also their new exciting feature called LiveBundle provides you live updates of events around the world. So you won’t be missing on the latest scores anymore!
Overall, I’d say Bundle News is a great news app that scores high on information and reader values. I highly recommend it to all of you. The app is available for free in the App Store.
Pros: grid structured news drawer; seamless navigation; pick news from different sources; get live updates with LiveBundle; filter news against time, country and keywords; free.
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