News Explorer is an innovative easy-to-use news reader exclusively built for the Apple’s ecosystem, with iCloud based synchronisation between Mac, iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple Watch, and Apple TV.
Full Sync Across All Your Devices
- News Explorer syncs your subscriptions, folder setup, news items, read statuses and favorites across all your Apple devices
- Synchronisation is based on iCloud, so there is no need to login or to sign up into any other service, it just works out of the box
- Built-in high speed RSS engine
- Clean, 100% native, distraction-free user interface
- Smart and global filters let you filter all subscriptions and related news on unread items and favorites
- Use Reader view to download and read the full version of articles in a clean and easy-to-read format
- Share news items via email, Messages, Twitter, Facebook and more
- Timeline view shows your news items in an attractive newspaper-like way
- Support for OPML import and export, adding feeds by searching, organising feeds with folders
- Support for Handoff, Notifications with images, Force Touch, and Retina display
Feed level article view options
- You can now set a preferred article view modus for each individual feed.
- For example Mercury Reader view ‘CNN’, Feed Article view for ‘MacRumors’ and Website Article view for ‘Dezeen’.
- Long press the Reader view button to select a primary view.
- The Mercury Reader view engine now works locally.
- The Arc90 Readability performance has been dramatically improved.
Poster article list view
- The article list can now be set to ‘Poster’ view, in addition to the existing view options.
- Poster view shows a preview image under the header and summary of each article.
- The height of the preview image can be adjusted in the Preferences panel.
Improvements, tweaks and fixes
- Automatic detection and correct display of RTL languages.
- Timeline view supports now the same article views as the article list.
- Unread and read items can now be stored forever instead of a limited period.
- Long words in the article viewer are now being hyphenated, if the language of the feed is known.
- Countless other small tweaks and fixes.
OS X 10.11 or later, 64-bit processor