There are plenty of news apps available for the iPhone and iPad, most of which bring news in the form of text. If you're looking for a way to stay up to date on the latest news, then News 24/7 Stream is an app that you might want to check out.
Although there are already plenty of news sources present in the app by default, such as NPR, NBC, Reuters, CNet, and more, users can also add their own choice of news channel.
This app can be found in the News section of the App Store, where it can be purchased for the small price of 99 cents, taking up just 16.4 MB of space on your iDevice.
News 24/7 Stream features five categories of news "channels", which are organized into playlists. These categories include General News, Business, Sports, Tech, and Travel.
Each of these playlists can also be modified, allowing you to add your preferred news source. Alternatively, users can also use the "favorite" playlist to stream other news channels and check them out before modifying a preset playlist.
This app wins major points for its simplicity. All you have to do is plug and play in order to catch up on the news events of your choice. The sources are immediately scanned and streamed to your device whether it's 3G, 4G, or WiFi. User can also switch on and on any specific RSS feed.
If you'd like to play a game or use messaging services while listening to the news, you can do so thanks to background support.
Users can also remotely control the streaming via AirPlay. This makes it the ideal app for listening during commutes.
Switch between five news channels including General, Business, Sports, Technology, and Travel
Create your own Favorite playlist
Switch on and off any RSS or podcast channel from the playlist
Resumes from where you left off in case you get interrupted by a phone call
Customize each of the playlists
There is nothing negative to say about this app
News 24/7 Stream is a great way to catch up on the news of the day as it spares your vision, allowing you to do other things while you listen to the news in the background. The AirPlay and background support also makes it a fine audio news app for your iPhone or iPad.
Neha has been writing and editing since 2010 and has been reviewing iOS apps since early 2014. She has lived in four different countries and loves having the world at her fingertips thanks to these awesome apps.