NewsPicks: News Digest App

NewsPicks: News Digest App


  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2013-07-18
  • Current Version: 6.6.6
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 136.67 MB
  • Developer: UZABASE, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 1,180 Ratings


Join NewsPicks, the best place to find worldwide breaking news accompanied by insights from public figures, journalists, and industry experts. Our community makes NewsPicks different than other news apps. At NewsPicks, you can read and share meaningful, intelligent commentary about the news that matters the most to you from topics including politics, business, finance, science, technology and more — without the trolls. ----- Why NewsPicks? 1. Save time: Enjoy a news feed curated by the publications and trusted experts that matter to you. This means you will see the most relevant, trending and breaking news first, no filler. Less Scrolling, More Impact. 2. Live smarter: Experts share informed perspectives on the news, giving you the analysis you need fall in one place. 3. Get recognized: Add your voice to the conversation and build recognition through intelligent commentary. 4. Feel safe: Engage in healthy debate with a thoughtful and intelligent community. No trolls like you see on other social media apps! ----- Features: - Stay informed with notifications on the latest breaking news stories and commentary from experts. - Personalize your news feed by choosing specific keywords of your interest: conservative, liberal, entrepreneurship, IoT, drone, career, personal finance, fashion, Olympics and more - Engage with a robust and informed community of experts, journalists,and professionals -‘Pick’ the news stories you’re reading and share your comments with one-stop social-media sharing. No more copying and pasting to spread your voice across the other apps - Follow your favorite industry experts and thought-leaders from politics, business, finance, science, technology and other areas - Access news from major publishers including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Reuters, The Huffington Post, CNN, Bloomberg, Politico, Quartz, NPR, and many more *** Some of Our Popular ProPickers *** Richard Branson (Founder, Virgin Group) Maryam Banikarim (Global Chief Marketing Officer at Hyatt) Ian Bremmer (President at Eurasia Group and GZERO Media) and many more Reviews: “This is one of the first apps I use everyday because you can’t ignore the quality of comments and I like trying to be a little offbeat.” - Mark Douglas, CEO and founder of SteelHouse “Great central source of relevant news and high level discussions. Newspicks is a more responsible and intelligent platform for media opinions and commentary. It’s now one of the first apps I open every day.” - Lan V



  • Very relevant

    By 1234abcbla
    The app seems to know what news I want to read. Simply awesome.
  • Different.....

    By Ejaazi
    It took me a minute to get use to this app. It is not like other 'news' apps. It really is a concise version of major news apps with insightful interactions from journalist and many people that are like minded. Very well put together. A widget would be a nice addition so that we can take a quick glimpse at what's trending. Also, would like a sound when getting alerts.
  • Another one sided new app

    By Hezmana
    I like the idea of the app and it’s design, unfortunately there is a definite bias, promoting the liberal point of view. The news sites that support this view figure prominently, this appears to come from the editors and supported by the viewers. A suggestion to fix this is allow us to block stories, individual commentators, or even particular editors. If this is instituted I will try the app again. Simply allowing us to design a news feed of thing we like is not enough. Response to developer note: When I click on the three dots I have two options, open in Safari or copy link. Perhaps you need to sign in using email or social network to have this feature work.
  • Used to be great but new feed is awful

    By Michelle Cohrene
    One of my favorite features of NewsPicks when I downloaded it was the ability to search and watch topics completely of my own choosing. Now with the “refresh” I am limited to a restricted set of topics or outlets that interest me much less. Hope they fix this soon or there won’t be much reason for me to use it.
  • Started out nice, then downhill from there

    By jouytedhitdfghtddd
    Nice site, although it is home to too many Trump hating trolls, atheists and too-snarky “progressives”. If you are conservative, after a bit, find your comments ignored to the point where it is not worth following the app anymore. This is the perfect site to go to if you suffer from Trump Derangement Syndrome. There you can all sit around and whine about how the sky has fallen and it is all Trump’s fault. This site is for America hating socialist globalist: aka the same people that should out our nation and our jobs.Plus, the site IMMEDIATELY lost any last vestiges of credibility when I saw that nitwit Ariana Huffington as a pro picker and that leftist rag of hers supplies many articles. Once the editors realize that if your comments do no toe their editorial line, your comments become invisible to everyone but yourself. A fine example of the much vaunted liberal ‘tolerance’ applying only to those of their ilk.
  • The print is too small to enjoy.

    By ytusr
    This will be OK but the print is so small, hurt my eyes to read
  • Accurate news

    By Jeffrey E Harton
    The new in t.v is different and news in newspicks has a conclusion by the professionals as the real and accurate news on what happened.
  • Different and new

    By Kimberly S Steinfeldt
    Newspicks is the best app to download a different and new kind of news app experience, it gives different views on a single news.
  • Experts on news

    By Sadie D Murphy
    In newspicks, i can get a hold of all the experts of in the industry of politics and other industries also. I can also give an insight into the comments.
  • Unique debates

    By Jessica J Robinson
    Newspicks become unique because of the debates and the community conversations, world news are hand-picked