5 Best News and Reading Apps

In this article we discuss the 5 best news and reading apps. If you want to read our detailed analysis of these applications and news media industry, go directly to the 15 Best News and Reading Apps.

5. Inkl

Owned by: Inkl

Inkl offers unlimited amounts of premium news content. Subscribing to Inkl means you can access content from sources such as The Guardian, Straits Times, The Economist, Bloomberg, and more, all for a fee of 9.99$/month. This is much lower than the cost of paying for each magazine individually. It is a product that is perfectly ready to use without users having to spend time with demanding personalization preferences, which is something popular free news apps are missing. The whole thing comes with an ad-free interface and filters that allow users to find exactly the kind of articles they want to see. The app also had a Good News feature to help lighten things up once in a while.