Hi, Many of you might be using your iPhone for reading, In my case I use my iPhone on bed, in class, in toilet, I know its weird to read in toilet but its the best time to read and make your morning a knowledgeable morning.
So here is the list and a short description of top 3 news reading apps for your iPhone:
Zite is the first app I use on my iPhone every morning.This app helps you add topics which you like to read about zite has a variety of topics to choose from some of the topics I read are: Apple,iPhone,Physics,Automobiles, Indian critics and much more..
Zite can be used on any device let it be your iPad, iPhone or any Android device.
Zite cover around 40,000 topics the source of zite is the most popular websites of that respective topic for example zite brings news for apple from iDownloadblog.com.
• All of your news, blogs and RSS feeds in one free reader app!
• Sync with Feedly or use without an account and sync with iCloud
• Newspaper-like article list and traditional table list available (thumbnails displayed when available)
• Background syncing with notifications (requires iOS 7)
• Offline reading including image caching
• View and save images by tapping-and-holding image
• Night mode (enable in settings)
• Article search (pull down subscription list for search bar)
• Multiple accounts
• Full screen article reading (tap text to toggle)
• Full screen original web page browser (two finger tap to toggle)
• Pull to move between articles
• Pull to refresh article list
• Show only unread folders/subscriptions or all
• Show all articles or just unread
• Sort by newest or oldest first
• Mark previous & all as read
• Tap-and-hold to mark read and toggle starred
• Option to mark read while scrolling & pull up to mark all as read (enable in settings)
• Landscape view
• Fully customizable sync
• Add and edit subscriptions
• Add custom feed URLs (enter URLs in feed search box with “http://” and tap Search)
• Automatically sync on start
• Share articles with many popular services: Facebook, Twitter, Buffer, Delicious, Evernote, Google+, Instapaper, Pinboard, Pocket, Readability and Tumblr
• Email articles or links, copy links or open the original web page in the app or in Safari or Chrome
• View original articles with Instapaper, Readability and Google mobilizers
• Browse individual subscriptions contained in a folder (tap gray circle icon on right side of folder entry)
Do comment below if you started or were using any of these apps or would like to suggest a app to be included in this list and remember top comments win gifts every month.