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6 Top Free Android News Library Apps   
Tuesday, July 31 2012 @ 10:12 AM EDT
Contributed by: trev

News library apps offer the benefit of making reading the latest news, magazines, and blogs in a simple and intuitive way.

Browsing the web on an Android device can be a frustrating experience. Stripped down mobile websites offer an incomplete solution. Standard websites often require constant zooming in and out to read the content especially on devices with low screen resolutions. This can make keeping on top of the latest world and social news more difficult than it needs to be.

A good solution is to use dedicated readers which present the news in a friendlier way. The purpose of this article is to identify quality news library apps for the Android platform. They offer a different way and often elegant to digest news both with and without an internet connection.

One of the particular strengths of the best news library apps is to integrate social news and world news in a single app.

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