imageSeles Games has just released World News Now for free for Windows Phones. You’re probably familiar with Seles Games by now. They’ve released the RSS reader Weave and Windows Phone News and that should give you a sense as to what World News Now brings. It aggregates news from various sources and if I’ve learned anything from Windows phone News, it’s that they do a great job of sourcing their apps and the end result is a lot better than if I just picked news sources and dropped them into an RSS both in terms of overall content and the overall aesthetics. Here’s their official description:

Stay on top of what’s going on in your world, with World News Now. Featuring the highest-quality world, business, politics, sports, and entertainment news from the best news sources – including news from The Guardian, CNN, ESPN, The New York Times, and more!
Full list of features:
• News coverage for the best tech sites and blogs on the web!
• Top-notch news sources – over 30 unique news sources of the highest caliber!
• Easily manage your news sources via the settings screen
• Preview articles with a touch of a finger
• View full articles at your leisure
• Share articles with your friends, via email!
• Post an article to your Facebook wall!
• Tweet an article to your Twitter followers!
• Save articles to Instapaper at the touch of a button!
For all inquiries, suggestions, and feedback, please contact us at info@selesgames.com.
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it’s free to download (ad supported) and you can download it from this link.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Good stuff. They call me Mister RSS, always looking for better readers — and the best platform on which to be fed those feeds!!!

    Any chance this news app might give me some more bigger picture Windows Phone news than just heads up on some new apps that just hit the Marketplace? Like what the next Windows Phone phones will be like, who will make them, when they’ll show up and the like? If I should indeed switch like everyone else is saying, maybe such a news app would reveal that to me.

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