inkl: world news that matters

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1.69K reviews
Content rating
Everyone 10+
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About this app

Welcome to inkl, the last news app you’ll ever download. We show you the world’s most interesting and important news, from sources you know and trust.

Enjoy brilliant reporting and analyses from publishers you don't see on other news apps, like The Economist, Bloomberg, Financial Times, Foreign Policy, and 100+ others from around the world.

See stories curated to inform you, surprise you, and make it easier and faster for you to follow news that matters to you. We don’t care about selling ads or going viral. inkl is a paid ad-free service, where you are the customer, not the product. Instead of clickbait and fake news, we show you real news you won’t see elsewhere. That includes our Good News feed, which starts your day with positive news. And our Analysis feed, which pulls together the latest long reads from publishers like The Financial Times and Businessweek.

Try inkl today, with a no-obligation hassle-free 7-day trial. We won’t charge you automatically, so you won't need to cancel if you don’t like what you see. Just tap ‘download’ and start enjoying the world’s best news coverage.

About inkl memberships purchased within the inkl app:
- The free trial does not oblige you to purchase a subscription
- You can delete the app during or after the trial without being charged
- A payment will only be charged to your Google Play Account if you choose to confirm a purchase
- Once purchased, your subscription will renew automatically, and will show up in your Google Play account as ‘inkl’
- You can turn off the automatic renewal by going to your Google Play Account Settings
- Renewals must be turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period
- Your free trial will end, and your subscription period will start, immediately upon purchase

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Updated on
Jan 27, 2023

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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This app may collect these data types
Personal info, App activity and 2 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

1.58K reviews
A Google user
October 8, 2018
It's an ok service. Keeps asking me to pay for a subscription. That's ok with me, but I already have a subscription to several papers that it hosts. Since paying for them in addition to paying for Inkl would be redundant, and I hate being prompted to pay for a subscription each time I open the app, I'm going to uninstall. I like the interface and functionality, though. Sometimes it took a while to load, but overall a nice looking app.
19 people found this review helpful
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October 9, 2018
Hi there. Thanks for this feedback, every bit helps as we tweak inkl. It sounds like the main perk for you would be that inkl brings all your subscriptions into one. Sorry to hear you didn't get the most out of inkl. We'd like to offer you an extended trial so you can get to know inkl better, please email if you're interested.
Dee Dressler
June 16, 2023
I am a new user and became a subscriber before my two week trial was up. I used to subscribe to several national papers and other news sites but still had to deal with distracting ads and video commercials. It's so good to have commercial free news from so many more sources. Well worth the price of a subscription. Read the introductory messages. This app is very well thought out.
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A Google user
July 31, 2019
I love seeing a little splash of refreshing good news first in the Inkl morning edition email. Today for instance, it gave me a little mood lift that lasted right through reading the other headlines and I ended feeling positive about the day instead of down about what a mess the world is. I can't seem to stop looking at my phone and the news first thing, and I do want to keep aware of current events, so I'm so grateful to have good news lead, and such diverse and excellent articles.
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What's new

🛠️ Miscellaneous bugfixed and improvements