The app development powerhouse behind Newsreels has done it again. Revolutionizing the ... More
The app development powerhouse behind Newsreels has done it again. Revolutionizing the traditional has always been part of their DNA. And this time, they took the notoriously rigid and conventional news format to the next level by creating an app that delivers 100% accurate news, up to 20 times faster.
With its two trailblazing news formats – reels and bullets – everyone can get to know more updates, in no time at all.
This is the future of news. Welcome to Newsreels.
While a conventional news app shows its collection of headlines with full articles, Newsreels introduces a game-changer in the news industry through its bullet summarization engine. Readers get to save precious minutes by getting just the important bullet points from the news they want.
To make things a whole lot better, modern readers get to enjoy informative news content in trendy reels format. Now, users can simply swipe across an endless stream of news reels. Living with its moniker, Newsreels has jazzed up the interface with a video-upload feed for the users, much like Instagram or TikTok. This is another unique feature that cashes in on the younger generation and offers them digestible, up-to-the-minute news.
On top of that, Newsreels covers a wider spectrum of publishers - right from the regional/local level to the global news houses. Truly, nothing comes close when it comes to the sheer volume of their partner publications.
The app goes further by giving content creators the option to collab with the app, letting them use it as a publishing platform to reach more audiences. For an app born out of the innovation surge during the 2020 pandemic, Newsreels is the much needed power-up of both emerging and established news outlets.
"It is our answer to the growing need of the public to have a one-stop news portal to get all the relevant information they need, be it for COVID-related topics or absolutely anything they want, without having to jump between apps and news sources," the team at Newsreels says.
Gone are the glory days of the plain vanilla newsreader apps. The readers today are smart: we want more; we want better, quicker. And we want it how we like it. Newsreels has quashed the "same-old, same-old" monotony of current affairs through its contemporary, made-to-order, openly inclusive news aggregation platform. The era of engaging, on-point, choice news is in.
Last updated 20 Sep 2021
Published 24 Sep 2021
In a recent interview, Fox TV 'news' host Tucker Carlson was asked whether he ever lied to his viewers. He responded by saying: “I guess I would ask myself, like, I mean I lie if I’m really cornered or something. I lie. I really try not to. I try never to lie on TV. I just don’t – I don’t like lying. I certainly do it, you know, out of weakness or whatever." In an age when 'fake news' has been one of the main go-to phrases, that's a more than worrying statement. Is it any wonder then that our younger people seem to be less engaged with what's going on around them than ever before. We know that they don't read newspapers anymore so how do they find out what’s going on in the world? Their smartphones, of course.
As sad as it may be, newspapers and their accompanying in-depth articles seem to be a thing of the past. If the smartphone generation need to check the news, chances are, they aren't going to reach for the newspaper or turn the TV on. They're going to grab their phone and check out a news website, a news app or their social media platform. But with many media outlets openly showing their right or left wing colors these days it's also getting harder to know who to trust and believe. So, where can you go to JUST get the news you are looking for? Well, Newsreels could be just the thing you need.
Newsreels is an app for Android that aims to revolutionize how we get our news in the future. It uses two visual formats - reels and bullets - to display all the main stories from all corners of the globe. The developers consider that the traditional format of headlines plus full articles has become less and less relevant to the smart-phone generation, so Newsreels deliver the news in short summaries and keeps them updated regularly. The app covers a wider spectrum of publishers - both global and regional - than many news outlets, so the volume of news available is huge. You can customize the app to only show news from specific sources or organizations whether they be big or small or from the countries, cities or places that interest you most. Content creators are given the option of collaboration to increase their own publishing audience. What's more, the developers claim that they will deliver 100% accurate news and can deliver it up to twenty times faster than conventional news outlets.
There are two ways to access news stories using Newsreels. First up there's the 'bullet summarizations' engine that saves you plenty of time by listing all the important bullet points of a news story. Then there's the 'newsreels' format where you can simply swipe through a never-ending stream of news reels that includes a video upload feed and gives it a visual feel that's kinda similar to Instagram or TikTok. And we know just how much they love those two, don't we? You get all the news, updated regularly and in a digestible format.
Newsreels is a one-stop portal that was conceived during the 2020 pandemic because of the voracious need for more and more up-to-date news. Rather than having to move back and forth between sources, this is the app where you'll find everything from local to global news at your fingertips. Whether you are looking for the latest Covid news or want to find out what's happening in the 'old country,' Newsreels is the place to go. The developers’ aim is to deliver the quickest and best possible news service for modern day people who don't have heaps of time to keep up with everything that's happening around the world. It's available for free for Android in Google Play.