It’s one thing to make the assessment that the delivery system of how people get their news is broken. It’s quite another when you actually build something that addresses the broken elements, and offers a better solution.
Inq’s Material — a beautiful Flipboard-like app that delivers relevant news and info — launched for Android back in February. Now it has finally come to the iPhone.
News reader app Circa is stacking the deck when it comes to editorial talent. Today the startup announced that it had lured away Reuters social Media editor Anthony De Rosa to become Circa’s editor in chief.
Guest Post The name RSS has been dead for a while, but newsreaders are still thriving.
Stepping even further into the media fray, LinkedIn announced today that it has acquired the popular news reader app Pulse.
Editor's Pick Pulse, which makes a news reading app for Apple and Android tablets and smartphones, threw a party in the penthouse of the Kimberly Hotel last night to celebrate it big growth. “These guys offered to pay me for using our technology,” said Richard Ziade of Readability. “I should have accepted their offer.” He shook his head with a laugh, admiring the view and grabbing a slice of seared tuna off a passing tray.
If you’re a publisher dreaming of getting your content on the Pulse news reader app, today’s your lucky day.