News Tiles is your personal news collection. It is the best way to stay up to date with news that matters to you. To begin, search for any topic and add it to your tile collection. Then begin taping the tiles to explore articles that have been discovered. When you find a topic you really enjoy, turn on notifications for that tile to make sure you never miss an important article. All articles are displayed in a crisp, clean, mobile friendly format and can be easily shared on Twitter, Facebook, or Pinterest. If you spend a lot of time in the car, our “Eye’s Free” mode can read your articles to you and lets you easily navigate between them using simple full screen gestures without needing to look at the screen.

Features include:
- Create your own news tile collections (search for ANYTHING)
- Subscribe to notifications for any news tile you add
- Have your articles read to you (“Eye’s Free” mode)
- Swipe right/left on the screen to go to the next/previous article
- Add any RSS feed to your news sections
- Get local, regional, and country news based on your current location
- Bookmark any article you find for later, or add it to your Safari reading list
- Articles are displayed in a cleaned up mobile friendly format by default
- Easily share articles using Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, AirDrop, iMessage, Email, and Weibo

What’s New

Version 6.0.0

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

- iOS 10 updates
- Improvements to content rendering
- Performance Improvements

Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
3 Ratings

3 Ratings

Spiral Fanatic ,

No fuss, no muss

Set up feeds on the topics you want, then tap the tiles to see what turns up. The app doesn't tailor the feed to your location, so you see an unvarnished collection of stories. This is better than looking at a network news site or "branded" news web site - there's no conservative/liberal agenda, just the news.

zrawson ,


This is an interesting take on a news app. I love the ability to get news about very specific topics, for example, create a category titled, "Alzheimer's," and you get articles/stories from various sources all about Alzheimer's! Aside from that the "tiles" format seems to be a take on the Microsoft Windows Phone interface, and has potential to be a trendy and stylish way to get the news. Crisper graphics, and maybe scrolling/animated tiles might make this an app I'd use as often or even more so than Fox News & CNN. Interested in watching the development.

Baby Dea ,

Best news app

This small app is awesome for news, plus you can have it read most articles via tts, which all apps of this kind should have. Search any topic you're interested in & get a bunch of hits that you might not see searching google. Very convenient, love it 👍🏻

App Privacy

The developer, Brandon Lehner, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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