Sometimes you don't have spare time to pour over the news and scroll through all kinds of stories which is why this next app can come in handy. The Bullet News app can be used on your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone as a way to get all the news you want, quickly, and without issue. The app is able to point out all the key facts in the story so that you can quickly read it and get back to doing what you were busy with. This is the perfect iPhone and iPad news app for busy people that still want to be connected to world news and events.
The Bullet News app provides users with the ability to get the news they want in a hurry, making it perfect for people with busy lives and who are always on the go. The app is able to provide you with news from a variety of popular publishers such as Reuters, BBC News, Associated Press, Daily Mirror, Evening Chronicle, Bloomberg, and more. You've got the ability to customize the experience by picking what publishers you want to receive your news from and you can go one step further and pick the topics you want too.
The app is free to use and requires iOS 6.0 or later. There has just been a number of updates including bug fixes, push notifications, a welcome for users, and plenty more. The app doesn't yet have a customer rating or customer comments.
Making the Experience Smooth
In order to make the Bullet News app experience smooth there are a few added tools for customers to take advantage of. You can sign up to get the push notifications so that as the stories come in you'll know about it, you can sync this app across all your devices so that your personalization choices show up on each, and you can share stories on Google+, Twitter, and Facebook. The stories are presented in point form so that you can read them very quickly and even scan through them. If you'd rather, you can click on the full article to get all the details.
The user interface is modern and clean, allowing for a user-friendly reading experience. It really is able to transform not just how your gather your news but how you read it. As the developer points out you can read as many as six stories in just one quick minute, which is pretty incredible.