Tagged: reading

Newsify RSS Reader

At a Glance: Newsify’s New App Icon

Newsify — the beautiful RSS Reader has released Version 4.9 on the App Store this week and introduces a new App Icon, along with support for iOS 11 and watchOS 4. We first wrote about this app back in 2012 and it’s good to see this fresh new icon on the app. Newsify is available Free with Ads on the App Store. About these At a Glance posts: ‘At a Glance’ is a new type of post we’re introducing on...

The Atlantic App for iPhone and iPad

The Atlantic’s New App for iPhone and iPad

The Atlantic — one of the web’s most popular publications has recently launched an all new version of their iOS app. Although The Atlantic has had an iOS app since 2010, the new app, available for iPhone and iPad, was complete rewritten to focus on a better reading experience and easier access to the content published by The Atlantic. I’ve been trying out the app over the last few days and it really does offer an exceptional reading experience on...

Unread App for iPhone and iPad

Unread App Acquired by Golden Hill Software, Now a Universal App

Unread App — the remarkably elegant RSS app for iOS has been acquired again. We’ve been big fans of the app since its release three years ago and even today, it offers an incredible user experience when it comes to reading and consuming your RSS feeds. It features stunning typography, intuitive gestures & 13 different themes to choose from, and offers by far one of the best reading experiences on iOS. The app was originally developed by Jared Sinclair (known...

ReadKit 2.5 Introduces a New Design, Touch Bar Support for New MacBook Pros and other improvements

NeuBible Comes to the iPad

NeuBible is a stunning and absolutely gorgeous bible app for iPhone that we’d featured here on Beautiful Pixels back in May 2015. Back then, Mikhail only had high praises to sing about the app. NeuBible is not only the best looking Bible app out there, but it is the best looking reading app, and I think I enjoy its looks way more than Unread, which is something I never thought I’d say. NeuBible uses stunning typography from Hoefler & Co,...

‘V for Wikipedia’ (Formerly called Viki) is Spectacular Way to Experience Wikipedia

Update: 8 months after this article was published, the app has changed its name from Viki to V for Wikipedia. Wikipedia is one of the best sources of information and knowledge available on the web today. You can spend hours together going through the content available there, and the interlinked pages make sure there’s always something available for you to read. However, Wikipedia’s UI and reading experience don’t really do the content any justice. That’s exactly why we enjoy apps...