News360: Personalized News 12+

Your news, powered by AI

News360 Inc.

Designed for iPad

    • 4.5 • 14.4K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


News360 is your personal news app. It learns what kind of news you're interested in, and finds the best stories for you from pretty much every news source in the world. Each time you use it - it gets smarter and more tailored to your unique tastes.

A flexible and smart personalization system allows you to tailor your newsfeed as you want it. Choose the topics, sources, companies and people you want to follow, and News360 will pick up on the nuances of your interests as you read.

More than 100,000 sources, from the top national news providers, to local niche websites and blogs.

Save stories onto your device to read on a flight or in the subway. Synchronize your interests and saved stories with News360 on any other device at

A beautiful interface that allows you to quickly scan headlines, preview stories and dive deep into the content.

News360 will send you notifications about breaking news stories that matter to YOU - so you'll never be out of the loop, and won't be distracted by headlines you don't care about.

Listen to your favorite news stories with Audio Briefing and also remove ads from your news feed with News360 Premium. These and other cool customization options are available when you subscribe to News360 Premium.

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• "News360 is excellent, innovative, and free" — The Unofficial Apple Weblog
• “News360 is changing the content delivery game” — Robert Scoble

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What’s New

Version 4.11.0

In this release, we've updated the Home feed to look and feel cleaner and easier to read.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
14.4K Ratings

14.4K Ratings

happy eradication! ,


I’ve been using this app for years after having several disappointing experiences with the Apple news app, and once I switched I never checked Apple news again. This news app has a rich variety of sources, and most importantly, there is no selective bias about which viewpoints are included. If you like a full spectrum of opinions like I do, you can do that, easily. You pick your own publications and virtually every free (as well as free articles from the well known subscriptions like NYT) online publication has come up in search. You’d be surprised how many free publications there are, a lot of them really good. Reading the news is one of my chief interests and diversions and I thank the developers of this app for giving me an huge selection of information, opinions, and just interesting reading.

*Oh and I’ve never experienced any bugs with the app. Crazy, right?

Fat F. Chants ,

You completely RUINED this great app

I have a collection of screenshots — which I've never bothered to collect from any other news app —from back when the app had the option of a single article per screen

Now, it no longer has that option, and much worse, when I click on "top stories" I see the same stories for a few days in a row, refreshing does nothing. it's pathetic.

Why can't you people learn from history and leave a thing alone when it's great instead of feeling a need to tweak it until it turns to garbage. I'm about to delete this useless app, after recommending it to everyone I knew a couple years ago. you had slick, witty cover photos, it was *your thing*. why.

LA2047 ,

Great, if you’re millennial

Pros: It’s got many good and interesting news stories. Content is varied and there’s plenty from which to select.

Cons: really only one big one. Virtually all the stories presume you’re a millennial. When I select the “career” category every story that comes through presumes I’m early in my career and looking to get ahead. Every article the “investing” category produces presumes I’m early on in my financial planning journey. All “relationship” articles are only really relevant for people under 35. Even articles not specifically directed at millennials are nevertheless written in a millennial vernacular, using broad references, slang, and that almost casual, conversational reporting one expects from a blog or a BuzzFeed survey. I may be closer to 60 than 30, but reading news articles full of outdated advice (for anyone over 40, anyway) and pop culture references begins to get tiresome.

As a result I seldom access the app anymore, only browsing when I’m bored.

App Privacy

The developer, News360 Inc., has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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