Find your favorite sections of The Philippine STAR on PhilSTAR for Android: News, Sports, Business, Entertainment, Lifestyle, etc. The truth shall prevail on ink – and on your device, too!
Apart from being the most reliable source of truthful news and information, The Philippine STAR is home to topnotch columnists Alex Magno, Federico Pascual, Jarius Bondoc, William Esposo, Ana Marie Pamintuan, Cito Beltran, Marichu Villanueva, Ernesto Maceda, Satur Ocampo, Sara Soliven, Yoly Ong, Bobbit Avila, Quinito Henson, Ricky Lo, Boy Abunda, Krip Yuson, F. Sionil Jose, Butch Dalisay, Paolo Alcazaren, Lucy Torres and Jim Paredes
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2. Recommended sections
3. Overall performance updates
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Philstar has innovated on how you get the news you want and need, anytime and anywhere. We give you a unique browsing experience where you can get the latest breaking news on politics, business, sports, entertainment and a whole lot more. Whether you're looking for information, the latest gadgets or the hottest issue in the Philippines, this is must-have Android app.
- REAL TIME Breaking News
- SHAREABLE content
- CUSTOMIZE your news experience. Filter your newsfeed to Headlines, Nation, Metro, Opinion, Lifestyle, Sports, Business and Entertainment
- SAVE your content and READ later
- CUSTOMIZE the size of the FONT of the articles
- SEARCH www.philstar.com
- Browse through the latest Inquirer Mobile News
- Read the news articles on the go
- Share the stories with your friends
- Print becomes interactive on Philippine Daily Inquirer publications with this built-in augmented reality application
- View news editorials enhanced with more photos and videos
- Interact with your favorite brands and join exciting promos
- Follow the Inquirer News team as they cover the latest events in the country and around the globe
- Browse and search for job opportunities
☑ Offline reading capabilities. Save your bandwidth.
☑ Read later or bookmark you favourite title.
☑ Easy to use and nice looking GUI.
☑ Push notification so you won't miss any latest news.
☑ Sharing tool, posting any news to any social media you prefered.
☑ NEWEnable/disable any segment you prefered
☑ Plus many more!
More about Inquirer News
The Philippine Daily Inquirer was a daily newspaper founded on December 9, 1985 by publisher Eugenia Apóstol, columnist Max Solivén, together with Betty Go-Belmonte (wife of Speaker of House of the Representatives Feliciano "Sonny" Belmonte) during the last days of the regime of the Philippine dictator, Ferdinand Marcos, becoming one of the first private newspapers to be established under the Marcos regime.
The Inquirer succeeded the weekly Philippine Inquirer, created in 1985 by Apostol to cover the trial of 25 soldiers accused of complicity in the murder of opposition leader Benigno Aquino, Jr. at the Manila International Airport on 21 August 1983. Apostol also published the Mr & Ms Special Edition, a weekly tabloid opposed to the Marcos regime.
As the successor to the previous Mr. and Mrs. Special Edition and the weekly Philippine Inquirer, it was founded on a budget of one million pesos and enjoyed a daily circulation of 30 000 in its early days. The newspaper was also instrumental then in documenting the campaign of Corazón Aquino during the 1986 presidential elections and in turn the 1986 People Power Revolution. Its slogan, Balanced News, Fearless Views, was incorporated to the newspaper in January 1986 after a slogan-making contest held during the first month of the Inquirer's existence. In 1990, the Inquirer took the lead from the Manila Bulletin to become the Philippines' largest newspaper in terms of circulation. Its current editor-in-chief, Letty Jimenez-Magsanoc, was appointed on June 14, 1991.
After transferring headquarters four times, the Inquirer moved to its current headquarters in Makati City in 1995. During the administration of president Joseph Estrada, the president criticized the Inquirer for "bias, malice and fabrication" against him—this charge to the newspaper was denied. In 1999, several government organizations, pro-Estrada businesses, and movie producers simultaneously pulled their advertisements from the Inquirer in a boycott that lasted for five months. The presidential palace was widely implicated in the advertising boycott, which was denounced by then publisher Isagani Yambot as an attack on the freedom of the press.
In 2007, according to the survey conducted by AGB Nielsen, the Inquirer is the most widely read newspaper in the Philippines. The Manila Bulletin and the Philippine Star followed as the second and the third most widely read papers, respectively.
Disclaimer: This app is not affiliated nor related with any of the newspapers cited here. The content the app shows comes from publicly available rss feeds from the newspapers and thus the app is not to be held responsible for any of the content displayed.
Philippines News gives you easy access to read the most popular news sources from Philippines on your Android device. Take this app with you and stay informed with access to the latest news.
√ News by site.
√ News by category.
√ Download news briefs automatically.
√ Offline reading.
√ News widget.
√ Convert webpage to mobile format.
√ Remove or sort news sources.
√ Edit default news sources
√ Subscribe more news sources via RSS
√ Import more news sources via OPML
√ Option to block images (reduce bandwidth).
√ Share news via SMS, Email, Facebook, Twitter...
If the application crashes after upgrading, please uninstall and reinstall it.
It includes Philippine Daily Inquirer, Baking Press, Bandera, Cebu Daily News, Cocoon, F&B World, Game!, Inquirer Golf Monthly, Inquirer Libre, Junior Inquirer, Klik, Look, Multisport, Northern Living, Southern Living, Sunday Inquirer Magazine, Turista, Urban Living and Varsity Wars.
This application requires a subscription to enjoy reading the newspapers and magazines.
InquirerPlus digital subscribers enjoy interactive features such as zoom, Twitter, Facebook and e-mail sharing as well as storage of previous releases for on-the-go reading. Issues can be set to be delivered automatically on your device. Subscriptions start from $5.95 (about P253) a month. Single issue copies are available at $0.99 each. A free 14-issue trial plan is available.
PHILIPPINES NEWS is the lifesaver for those who appreciate their time, and don't want to spend it on clicking back and forth from different news sites.
Simplicity is our key factor, which sets our app apart among other news readers. With top headlines and news stories displayed, one can automatically peruse the topics. Easy maneuvering from the main page to particular article and vice versa makes searching and viewing process very simple.
Whether you are on the go or are taking a break, get to know what is happening in Philippines and around the world with the PHILIPPINES NEWS app today!
Pilipino Star Ngayon prides itself in its stable of renowned writers and columnists that include Ben Tulfo, Tony Calvento, Korina Sanchez, Jarius Bondoc, Sen. Loi Ejercito Estrada, Doc Willie Ong, Atty. Ernest Maceda, Lolit Solis, Boy Abunda and German "Kuya Germs" Moreno. A page on recreation as well as serialized novels make PSN a truly enjoyable read.
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- Daily Inquirer
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An all-in-one app gives you a fast, easy and clear reading on the latest news.
-Philippine Entertainment Portal
- Applied modern UI design
- View mode for mobile phone and tablet
- Swipe to read next news
- Intelligent expired news clearing
- News caching (Save internet usage)
- Current position indicator
- Read/Unread news Indicator
- Manage news resource
- Day and night theme
- Font size adjust
- Favorite list
- News sharing to Facebook, Twitter, Google+
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Read stories from the sections of Rappler – Nation, Newsbreak, Business, World, Entertainment, Life & Style, Technology, Sports as well as opinion through Thought Leaders and its civic engagement and citizen journalism arm, MovePH.
• Read the latest stories in the Philippines and abroad
• Read the latest from Rappler's special coverages – Project Agos, Hunger Project, Budget Watch and more.
• Breaking news notifications
• Submit stories and photos. If you have a news or story idea, you can easily let the Rappler team know about it.
• Watch Rappler shows - The Daily wRap, TechRap, Rappler Talk, and other videos on politics, technology, sports, entertainment and business.
• Vote on the mood Meter and crowdsource the mood of the day. Users are encouraged to interact with the story by voting on one of the eight moods – happy, inspired, amused, sad, annoyed, angry, afraid, and don’t care.
• Share stories with your community. Let your social network know about the issues you care about as you share articles via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+ and other social networking sites through the share button in the app.
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The application features news and image content from the various section of GMANews Online: News, Ulat Filipino, Sports, Economy, SciTech, Pinoy Abroad, Showbiz, Lifestyle, and Opinion. It also showcases select videos from GMA and GMA News TV.
When an Internet connection is detected, news stories, photos, and videos are automatically updated with the latest content. You can then browse the news at your leisure. When browsing offline, the application loads the most recently downloaded news content.
You may also share the news article via Facebook, Twitter, and email.
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Sa masidhi naming kagustuhan na makapagbigay sa inyong mga mambabasa ng mas makabuluhang balita, inihahatid namin ang bagong application ng Pilipino Star Ngayon.
Sa pamamagitan ng baong PSN application, mabilis na naming maihahatid sa inyo ang BALITA NGAYON at mga makabuluhang pangyayari sa buong bansa.
Bukod sa mga nagbabagang balita, sa pamamagitan lamang ng isang click sa inyong iPAD at iPhone ay mabilis na ring mababasa ang mga balitang showbiz, isports at maraming pang iba.
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Para sa personalized na user experience. I-filter ang newsfeed ng Bansa, Probinsiya, Metro, Opinyon, Palaro, Showbiz, True Confessions, Dr. Love, Kutob, Komiks
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-Watch images, objects, art pieces, and more come to life through videos, animations, and other interactive digital content. Use the AR camera to shoot the trigger image and be amazed.
-Look for the ARtworks PH logo in newspapers, posters, locations, or wherever you spot it to see and experience augmented reality.
-Check out the list of brands, communities, organizations, and more to view existing AR content. Add them to your favorites list too.