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Topic # 179355 5-Sep-2015 10:07
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Ok I officially hate the new stuff android app after the latest changes. It's uninstalled. But I do want an app that gives me a good news feed with some nz news. Or if not an app something mobile friendly. Any suggestions?

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  Reply # 1380140 5-Sep-2015 10:13
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TVOne NOW app was advertised on TV  last night. New app

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  Reply # 1380142 5-Sep-2015 10:17
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NZ Herald App

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1380245 5-Sep-2015 14:10
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Get Feedly, load the RSS feeds and be done with it.




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  Reply # 1381099 7-Sep-2015 13:16
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I use the News and Weather app on my phone
Or Flipboard

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  Reply # 1381118 7-Sep-2015 13:36
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The stuff app is probably best described as an entertainment app for the non-discerning. It ceased to be a news app some months back. Uninstalled.

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  Reply # 1386321 12-Sep-2015 19:23
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I may be an optimist, but I read the headline, and actually thought there may be a discussion of an App that would actually serve up good news for a pleasant change. Would that be more worthwhile than any app that dished up 'Bad' news really efficiently/elegantly/legibly (or any other criteria for goodness)?


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  Reply # 1386401 12-Sep-2015 22:21
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mgf: I may be an optimist, but I read the headline, and actually thought there may be a discussion of an App that would actually serve up good news for a pleasant change. Would that be more worthwhile than any app that dished up 'Bad' news really efficiently/elegantly/legibly (or any other criteria for goodness)?

https://www.google.co.nz/search?hl=en&gl=nz&tbm=nws&authuser=0&q=good+news tongue-out

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  Reply # 1386531 13-Sep-2015 10:39
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I now have bookmarked Google news. As a google user, signed into Chrome, it also recommends articles based on my browsing.

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