Rating
4.2 - Good
Version
11.0.2
Downloads
267 K
Price
Free
Last updated on
22-09-2021


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"An app to keep you up to date on the latest news"


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Main Features of News Break - Personal & Local

  1. App description: News Break is a news application that uses the Android geolocation system to inform the user about the main events of the region and the world.
  2. Functions: News from a variety of sources including CNN, Fox News, Business Insider, Newsweek, HuffPost, Reuters, The Associated Press, Bloomberg and Time, and more. Also includes traffic and weather information.
  3. Controls: To navigate the interface use gestures like touching or sliding your finger on the screen.
  4. Platform: Android phones and tablets.
  5. Languages: English.
  6. Size: 18M
  7. Operating System: Android
  8. Developer:   In Now
  9. Recomendations: Recommended for families.
  10. Price details: No payment is required to access all the upgrades. Free
  11. Installation requirements: A minimum of 18M of free memory space and Android 4.0.3 or higher.
  • Rating: The TOP 5 Most popular Apps in Local News category.

POSITIVE about News Break - Personal & Local

  1. No advertising.
  2. Beautiful and intuitive interface.
  3. Provides a lot of information.
  4. Quick installation.

NEGATIVE about News Break - Personal & Local

  1. Takes too long to download.

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