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Shortpedia: The Best Mobile News Application for the People Who Want to Stay Updated

Posted on the 15 January 2020 by Gadgetscanner @jdsoni7
Shortpedia: The best mobile news application for the people who want to stay updated

Let's accept, in today's day and age people do not get much time to read the news while on the go. Not all of us have enough time to go through multiple news websites to understand the latest and the hottest and trending news articles.

Since we must keep ourselves updated in this fast-paced life, we need a solution that not only is easily accessible and give out precise yet consumable information. That's where an application like Shortpedia comes into the picture. I'd been using the app for a few days and here's what I feel about the application and also if you should use it or not.

Shortpedia: The best mobile news application for the people who want to stay updated

Shortpedia: Best Short News App for Android

We often relate to the news with the aroma of a hot cup of tea or coffee, fresh air and the smell of the newspaper. Shortpedia more or less offers you a similar experience 24/7. No matter if you're traveling in a metro, or a cab or even sipping a cup of hot tea post-lunch in the office, you have the freshest news pieces right in your palm.

The app has a clean and uncluttered user interface where you can read the most relevant news in the gist of 70 words. The idea is to offer the most important and the crux of the story which can be read in less than a minute. No click baits, no fancy jargon and as they say Seedhi baat, no bakwas.

The app is available in both Hindi and English and can be downloaded on any mobile running Android or iOS operating systems. Another key highlight here is the audio playback feature which lets you listen to the news in English.

Shortpedia: The best mobile news application for the people who want to stay updated

Shortpedia: The best mobile news application for the people who want to stay updated

You get the most viral stories from the top categories like India, Global, Trending, Crime, Politics, Sports, Technology, Business, Entertainment, Automobile, Start-ups, Travel and Miscellaneous. The Menu on the bottom left lets you switch to night or dark mode, which helps you save battery and is easy on eyes during night time browsing. You also have Quotes, weather and pollution alert under the same menu.

The Quick menu on the bottom lets you bookmark news, search, quickly share news items via your preferred social media apps. Overall the UI of the application is neat and simple and free from advertisements

Conclusion

The Shortpedia news applications is an obvious choice for people who really want to stay updated with the buzz around them. This no-nonsense app is simple, fast and intuitive and the stories are curated based on their relevance and importance. With Shortpedia you sure can stay in the loop while performing your day to day tasks.

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Shortpedia: The best mobile news application for the people who want to stay updated

A dentist by the day and a geek by night, Dr. Manish loves his gadgets especially his smartphone. He writes around tech for fun and loves reading books.


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