WWII News

WWII News is a minimalist Android app, which shows hand-picked World War II related headlines - and links to the articles.

How it works: Opening the app starts the update process. Just click on a headline to open up the corresponding article on your browser.

FEATURES:
+ Direct links to the articles, which are opened in the default browser.
+ Hand-picked links to the best sources which provide most information and photos (We all hate autogenerated garbage).
+ The website (cloudworth.com) providing the information has posted WWII knowledge since 2005.
+ Just the noteworthy news, no information overload.
+ Minimalist: No battery consuming background processes - Just open the app to get the news.
+ The app lists the 20 latest WWII news entries, for the full categorized archive go the source website.
+ Both the Axis and Allied side well covered.


Great app for history buffs, teachers, historians, and anyone interested in learning more about the Second World War - and keeping their WWII facts up-to-date. Don't miss WW2-related discoveries - tanks, wrecks, historical documents - which are still being made regularly today. Topics include pretty much everything WWII related: From the treasure hunters seeking the lost Nazi gold to the fierce battles on the Russian Eastern Front, and from the re-enactments, militaria and uniforms to the Hitler's Third Reich.
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What's New

v2.0
+ Support for the latest APIs
+ Loads 30 news entries instead of 20
+ More quotations
+ Updated links
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Additional Information

Updated
April 1, 2018
Size
Varies with device
Installs
5,000+
Current Version
Varies with device
Requires Android
Varies with device
Content Rating
Everyone 10+
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Offered By
Joni Nuutinen
Developer
Tikkamäentie 13 A 2 80200 Finland
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