Your news and knowledge app featuring a speak aloud assistant
Read news when without internet and access instant word definition
◆ Speak aloud assistant
◆ Read full articles without internet
◆ Double tap a word for instant meaning
◆ Amazon Kindle style reading customisation
◆ Modern design themes
◆ Read top news websites in one place
Read India's top news papers, news channels, news websites:
The Times of India, NDTV, The Indian Express, The Hindu, India Today, The Economic Times, Money Control, Zee News, INDIA TV, Google news, Yahoo news, Oneindia and many more. Catch up with the live news, updates. Catch up with the live news, updates. Quickly access through home screen widget
Amazon Kindle style reading customisation:
◆ Switch between beautiful UI layouts
◆ Change text font, 20 dynamic text fonts to choose from
◆ Set your own color styling to match your reading comfort
◆ Adjust brightness
◆ Full Screen Immersive reading
Offline Dictionary Feature:
◆ View instant word definition without internet
◆ Download your language dictionary.
◆ Choose from 148 language dictionaries
◆ View dictionary definition, web definition, wikipedia entries, all in one dialog
◆ Add and watch YouTube News Channels
◆ One tap full screen reading
◆ Set news update interval
◆ Share multiple articles with friends in one step
◆ RSS feed reader with import and export options
Switch between the beautiful themes any time. Customise your theme based on your preferences. Whats more, all your settings for each theme are saved automatically. So when you go back to a theme, all settings you used before are retained.
Dynamically adjust text size, change font style, change background colour or text colour, adjust brightness etc. If you want to just get back to default settings, simply click on the reset button. You can customise almost everything based on your reading preferences.
This feature is very useful for anyone who likes to see word definition instantly whenever they encounter a new word while reading any news article. A simple double tap on a word will pop up the dictionary and shows up word definition from both offline dictionary and web.
Thanks to the open source projects FeedEx (aka Flym by Frédéric Julian) and QuicDic. This application combines the power of both projects into one.