I submitted the following to iTunes tonight as a review of the free Fluent News iPhone app. Fluent News is also available as a mobile-optimized website.

I like Fluent News a lot as a news app. I wish it was integreated with Google Reader so I could share articles I read in Fluent News via Google Reader, but I am not sure if that integration is possible. In addition to Google Reader I now use Fluent News, the NPR iPhone app, and the CNN iPhone app to read news. Of the non-Google Reader based news apps I have tried on the iPhone, I like Fluent News the best. I like the fact that it pulls articles from multiple sources, and it has a very clean presentation. Great especially for a free app.

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2 Responses to Evaluation of the Fluent News iPhone app

  1. James Deaton says:

    I agree 100%. Your Applist wiki caused Fluent to make it to my home screen.

  2. Brett D. says:

    Good post, I’m trying it now. Have you tried the USA Today app for iPhone? Good for quick news reads through the day. BTW, I have compared the NPR app to the NPR Addict app and even though it’s a close race, I think the NPR Addict app is a little smoother and easier to work with.

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