Stay informed on the latest news with these top ten news apps for Android.
1. Engadget (Free)
The Engadget app for Android is the ultimate news source for everything technology and gadget-related. Users can stream daily news, read reviews, and watch hand-on coverage as it happens.Browse photo galleries to get a look at new products, and get quick access to the website’s podcasts. Tech enthusiasts can offer tips to writers and editors on breaking news. Bookmark features and read them while offline. You can download Engadget from the Google Play Store here.
2. CNN App For Android (Free)
CNN Android app will keep you informed with the latest breaking news. Read entertainment, international, and tech stories. Watch your favorite CNN shows and watch video clips of live events. Contribute your own story to CNN with iReport, easily upload videos and photos to make your story unique. Follow other other iReporters and see stories they contribute to the app. Permission may be required to use some functions like weather, network connection, camera, but this is to enhance your experience. You can download CNN App for Android at the Google Play Store here.
3. Google Currents (Free)
Get the latest news and real-time quotes from the Wall Street Journal Android app. Read news from Business, Tech, Life, and Culture. Save your favorite WSJ articles to read at a later time. Access podcasts and radio stations without having to pay a fee. A subscription is required to access premium articles. You can download The Wall Street Journal from the Google Play Store here.
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10. The Onion News Network (Free)
The Onion News Network is a video catalog where users can see the latest videos. Users can view videos by sorting by shows. Access popular segments and laugh 24/7 with the network’s first app. The archives are updated daily and editors continue to add brand new content that will guarantee a good laugh. You can download The Onion News Network from the Google Play Store here.