Forget the conventional way of reading your news via the newspaper. Bust out the iPad and enjoy the interactive features that the various news apps provide. Check out our list of the best iPad apps for news junkies and enjoy the news from around the world all day long.
#1 - ESPN ScoreCenter Price: Free For: iPhone, iPod touch, iPad If you don’t want to miss the latest news about your favorite sport or team then ESPN ScoreCenter is the perfect app for you. This app offers up to the minute scores, stats and even video highlights. This app is featured on our list of the Best iPhone apps for live sports
#2 - The Verge Price: Free For: iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation), iPad The Verge combines all the news from all top journalists around the globe. With its easy to use and interface, listen and be updated with the latest happenings, in depth reports, and other featured stories. You can even join in on the discussion by reading and leaving comments for each article.
#3 - PressReader Price: Free For: iPhone, iPod touch, iPad When you’re late for an appointment or meeting and you don’t have the time to read the morning paper, then check out the PressReader app. This app will read out loud the articles that you didn't get time to check out. Perfect for your morning commute to work.
#4 - Salon.com Price: Free For: iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation), iPad If just hearing or reading the news is not enough, Salon.com will provide you with more of what you really need. Salon.com doesn't just give you plain news; it offers stories with investigative journalism, personal essays and criticism from politics, sports, entertainment, business and more! You can even share the news directly to your Facebook and Twitter accounts.
#5 - TWiT Price: $0.99 For: iPhone, iPod touch, iPad For all of you who are interested in the latest IT news, then TWiT is for you. You can get the latest Android news, social network tips, Mac talk, photography expertise, and more. You can even interact with tech guru Leo Laporte if you have questions or reactions.