Yahoo News Digest Delivers Essential News Twice Per Day

Posted January 7, 2014 at 10:44pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 4863 views

Yahoo has released News Digest, a new product that delivers the day's biggest and most essential news, twice a day. The news is 'blended' using several sources to create the ultimate news experience.

Get in the know in no time.

Yahoo News Digest provides a definitive summary of all the important, need-to-know news. Digests are delivered twice a day - once in the morning and once in the evening. All the top stories are summarized and presented with the key information that you need to stay on top of what’s happening.

Each story is created from multiple sources to present the essential bits and pieces of information, known as “Atoms”. Atoms are key quotes, images, videos, stock tickers, maps, infographs, and Wikipedia excerpts among others. These atomic units provide a unique context to the news. Our stories are both algorithmically and hand curated to ensure high quality, and come with a textual summary.

Yahoo News Digest makes your reading experience comprehensive, effortless, and complete. Our goal is to fully inform you on all the key headlines of the day in a finite and visual manner.

We are committed to building the best mobile experience and are interested in your feedback.


You can download Yahoo News Digest from the App Store for free.

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scamster - January 8, 2014 at 1:45am
not available in the UK :(
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