Nearly every modern business uses digital solutions to further the goals of their organization. Whether you rely on web-based solutions to connect with clients or various internal systems to manage operations, your company can most likely benefit from tech news and developments. But how do you keep track of it all? These five news apps can help business and IT leaders keep tabs on the hottest news.
This is an extremely versatile news feed app that allows users to customize both the look and types of content that are viewable. You can add countless tech news sources, such as Ars Technical, Engadget, and other sites, create your own categories, and sync everything via the Feedly web app. If you work in a mixed-platform environment, don’t worry: the developers have created Feedly versions for Android and iOS.
The trouble with getting your news online is information overload – it seems as though everyone is sharing breaking news on app developments, new hardware launches, and software updates. But you might not have time to read these stories right away. Pocket syncs up with mobile device and computers, storing articles that you want to read later in one central location. Pocket can be downloaded on iOS and Android devices.
This is a great app for those who want to get a bird’s eye view of multiple news streams at once. Headline news from several sources is arranged as tiles across your screen, giving you a general view of the day’s news. From here, you can select a tile to view a story in greater detail. Pulse can be downloaded on iOS and Android devices.
Your company’s Facebook feed can quickly become inundated with news posts shared by friends, colleagues, and clients. Luckily, Facebook has released a mobile app that presents all of this news content in a stunning magazine style display. This gives you a more organized view of Facebook news features, and it also help you keep an eye on the pieces that are trending on this social network.
This is the ultimate magazine style app for users who prefer a visual layout. Flipboard uses a combination of swipe and tap gestures to manipulate an ever-evolving, personalized magazine feed. You can search for new article sources based on topic or plug in your own favorites. Flipboard is available for Android, iOS, Windows, and Blackberry devices.