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Description

Your personal news ninja. Read up to date news straight from the tile, even when offline; from the tile shows the headline articles making navigation easy. Ninja News Reader automatically updates and syncs to your other devices, making it the one place for all your news needs.

Available on

PC

PC

mobile device

mobile device

Version notes

Version number: Varies by device

V2.8 Dark theme support. Bug fixes, incuding three big ones (among other). First was responsible for almost half of all crashes. Second caused disc usage to be significantly more than it should. Note: it may take a few days before disc usage returns to normal. Third fixed the issue which caused the dreaded "Resuming..." message when returning to the app. I have also significantly improved syncing, with bugs squashed and cpu cycles saved. V2.6 Improved support for Windows 10 mobile. Improved background syncing. Bug fixes and miscellaneous changes. V2.5 Updated to Windows 10 New name New logo

Features

  • Background syncing.
  • Offline reading.
  • Subscriptions and settings sync between devices, No login required!
  • Wide range of featured subscriptions.
  • Built in subscription search for everything else.

System Requirements

Minimum
OS Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile
Architecture ARM, x86, x64
Recommended
OS Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile
Architecture ARM, x86, x64

Additional info

Published by
Ardent Technology
© Ardent Technology 2016


Approximate download size
8.87 MB - 40.99 MB


Category
News & weather



This app can
Access your Internet connection
Access your Internet connection and act as a server.


Installation
Get this app while signed in to your Microsoft account and install on up to ten Windows 10 devices.


Language supported
English (United States)


Publisher Info
Publisher Website
Publisher Support


Additional terms
Ninja News Reader privacy policy



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Rating:1/5

7/30/2016

Michael

Platform: Mobile

All one-sided news sources

All liberal news feeds. Need balance kids!

Rating:4/5

5/10/2016

andrew

Platform: PC

some changes needed. Then 5 stars

Nicely done. Some things need fixing. 1. Images don't appear in articles. 2. In tablet mode on surface pro 4, the reading pane is too wide to fit 3. Can't rearrange the subscription tiles unless I'm missing something.

8 out of 8 people found this helpful.

Rating:5/5

3/9/2016

Pam

Platform: PC

It a great too. But one suggestion.

How about having a notice popup. Would like to get a heads up every once in a while on some of the news or weather warning. That is the only thing I don't like about it. But it is really great product and does have a way to get news like you get on a news app. Love it so far.

4 out of 4 people found this helpful.

Rating:4/5

3/1/2016

Isaac

Platform: PC

Love the creative layout on mobile. Couple issues...

This has potential to be a great RSS client. Currently, tho, it doesn't seem to load images inside posts, which sucks for me since I'm looking up primarily web design inspiration. Also, I don't understand what "The Tile" tab is for, and the "Latest News" tab needs to show the featured images in the masonry.

6 out of 6 people found this helpful.

Rating:4/5

2/17/2016

Chuck

Platform: PC

Gets the job done

It works great as an RSS reader, but the UX isn't the best it could be. Would like a more traditional hamburger menu that actually expands and collapses. Also if there was any way to speed up the subscription sync speed that would be great.

One person found this helpful.

Rating:3/5

12/9/2015

Chris

Platform: PC

So close to what I'm looking for...

It would be great if you could arrange your subscriptions, especially if you could assign subscribed feeds to categories (e.g. a "Sports" or a "Business" subscription category). That way if I want to read about sports then I can just click on that tile in my subscriptions and see all my Sports subscribed feeds. But even just having the ability to drag the subscribed feed tiles around would be a big step up. Many articles require you to pop out to a web browser to finish reading. It would be nice to have an option to read it using an in-app browser, but keep the option to kick out to a full featured browser. When I select a feed and have the tile on the left open with the list of the feed's articles, the text of the article does not resize and runs off the screen. When I collapse the left tile the article fits the screen perfectly. Of course swiping left advances through articles but swiping right does not go back (as it should) - instead it pulls the left tile back open.

2 out of 2 people found this helpful.

Rating:4/5

10/25/2015

Alexander

Platform: PC

Has a lot of potential

This app has a lot of potential. The interface just needs to be polished up, the mobilizer needs to be improved, and more sources need to be added. Great work.

8 out of 9 people found this helpful.

Rating:4/5

12/20/2015

tod

Platform: PC

Needs a bit but good so far

Latest news should show some news. maybe a top 3 headlines for articles. Also, please, a dark theme. Great though. Look forward to updates.

One person found this helpful.

Rating:5/5

2/11/2016

景伦

Platform: Mobile

night mode

why not add the function that can be use in night?

One person found this helpful.

Rating:4/5

9/12/2014

Velius

Platform: Mobile

Not being able to read full articles is the only thing stopping this from being a 5/5. Great app!

3 out of 3 people found this helpful.

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