AOL News Reading app Hits the Google Play Store

/ 4 years ago


AOL just released a news reading app on the Google Play store which is available for both smartphones and tablets.

Unlike other news apps, the new AOL app uses the Flipboard interface, giving you the ability to scroll through top news broken down by category. Sections like Entertainment, Food, Health, Money, Sports, and others are available in the “Main Menu” and AOL says that if you are signed in with your account, the news will trim to your preference as you use it.

Aside from news, the new AOL app gives you access to a full AOL email experience, which is odd given the fact that it could have easily be broken up into two separate apps.

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Summing it up, the app still looks like a basic news reader and most users won’t give up on their news apps pretty soon, but it is promising given the fact that it is only the first release.

Thank you Android Central for providing us with this information.

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