inkl - the world’s best news

inkl - the world’s best news

By inkl Pty. Ltd.

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2015-07-07
  • Current Version: 6.5
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 78.93 MB
  • Developer: inkl Pty. Ltd.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 621 Ratings

Description

Welcome to inkl, the last news app you’ll ever download. We bring to light the world’s best news from the most-trusted sources. inkl members around the globe enjoy brilliant reporting and cutting analysis from The Economist, Bloomberg, Financial Times, Rolling Stone, Foreign Policy, and so, so many more titles. And they all started where you are right now: with a free 7-day trial membership of the world’s best news app. Happy reading. ALL THE WORLD’S NEWS, ONE PLACE Delve into your favourite mastheads. Or discover new ones. Enjoy reading over 100 of the world’s best newspapers, magazines and websites in one app. NEWS YOU CAN TRUST The best cure for fake news is real news. Our trained journalists curate the day’s biggest Lead Stories from the most transparent, trusted and respected publishers. NO PAYWALLS, ADS OR CLICKBAIT This isn’t just a tagline. It’s a philosophy, a design principle, and a promise. DIGITAL PRIVACY We’re not a shady tech giant. inkl does not, and will not, harvest your data. Nor do we allow any third party to. RECLAIM YOUR TIME inkl’s Morning Edition gives you all the news you need to know, every morning. Get up to speed with global, local, business, good news and some serendipitous editors’ picks. We bring the most important news to you, so you can go about your day. HAPPY READING No ads. No clutter. inkl’s interface is easy on the eyes, leaving you free to absorb information and learn. GOOD NEWS Everyone needs a dose of news serotonin. In a world of flux and challenges, we bring you a daily sample of the news to be proud of. DEEPER LEARNING We give you every side of the story, so you can form your own opinion. Our Dive Deeper feature shows multiple perspectives beneath every article. FOLLOW WHAT YOU LOVE inkl’s ‘For You’ feed is the perfect complement to Lead Stories. It means that in addition to seeing the biggest news of the day, you also get a feed with the news that matters to you personally. Everything from climate change to Cardi B. About inkl memberships purchased within the inkl app: • Membership subscriptions renew monthly, and you’ll see this appear in your iTunes account as ‘inkl - the world’s best news, Monthly Subscription’ • Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account on confirmation of purchase • Your membership subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period • Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period • Membership subscriptions can be managed and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to your Account Settings after purchase • Any unused portion of a free trial period will be forfeited when you purchase a membership subscription For full terms and conditions please visit: https://www.inkl.com/terms

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Reviews

  • Buggy

    1
    By Druu2
    Membership options page does not load, just the spinner.
  • Meh

    2
    By MacApp45
    About to finish the trial of this news app. I use Apple’s News app regularly so that is my basis of comparison. Inkl’s strength supposedly is that their articles are curated by humans from a wide variety of reputable media sources. If this is true, then the human’s must work part-time and only on on weekends because the articles do not feel refreshed nearly as quickly as News. Also, News gives me much fresher news but constant updates through the day from sources , like Inkl, that I can choose including any current subscriptions. Inkl’s UI is also a bit clunky and I didn’t really enjoy using it as much. A lot of potential but I’ll take News over this throughout everyday of the week.
  • Makes Keeping Up With News So Easy!

    5
    By Khanum1
    This app has taken out the frustration and confusion of keeping up with the news. I tried other apps and readers but found myself sifting through lots of content I didn’t want to read. With Inkl, everything is relevant and I love that the sources are more varied than what I would naturally read on my own. I’m glad I finally found a reader that works for me. Fantastic product!
  • The news app for objective readers

    5
    By eastoneddie
    Never thought I would write a review for a paid news app, but INKL is exceptional! Well curated news from sources with a history of strong objective reporting. Just read a superior article from Foreign Policy journal that I would have missed without this app. This app also helps you to dig down in a subject. The good news feature is great also. My only “complaint” is I wish there was an option to switch to black on white type
  • Breath of fresh air

    5
    By wsmather
    I'm in the trial period right now but I think I might end up actually paying money for this application, it's so refreshing to know that the news sources are carefully researched. And no ads!
  • Great News App.

    5
    By 3HTPAW
    Good news reading app. Kind of like the Netflix of newspapers. I would highly recommend this app to anyone who wants to read a wide variety of news to get a better more rounded view of the world we live in. The interface is clean and the curated content is relevant. You could also go to the source and read the entire newspaper. To the developers.. well done
  • Great news app!

    5
    By MGayleG
    This was the news app I’ve been wanting! It’s straight forward and easy to use without all the clickbait and random ads littering the page. You can customize what sources you want to receive news from and make your own tags to follow stories that are more topic specific. I’m still in my free trial, but the content and the app are good enough to make me seriously consider buying a subscription. I was a bit deterred by the subscription price per month being $10, in comparison with apps like Reuters and even Apple News, which are free for the most part. But for some new sources like The Washington Post and The Economist you need to have a subscription to their specific periodical to gain access to certain content. I can see how the $10 inkl price could be worth it in that regard. One flat fee per month for access to all those periodicals except WSJ and Barron’s (which i don’t read anyway).
  • wonderful

    5
    By Doctorwh0ow
    most unbiased and reliable news source i have found on the internet
  • Color Scheme

    1
    By Visual Outlaw
    White text on black background. Couldn't read more than a couple of paragraphs in the first article. Had to stop because my eyes went.
  • Top Notch

    4
    By Ejaazi
    Great news with no nonsense!

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