News360 for Windows 8
Reading the latest news from all over the world can be a nice pastime, as it is not only entertaining, but educational as well, but it can also prove to be quite a hassle to select the most important or well-documented ones.
News360 for Windows 8 is meant to assist you with this task, as it helps you keep the news feeds you consider to be the most interesting in a centralized interface.
News reader for Windows 8 and 8.1
It needs to be emphasized from the beginning that the only way to benefit from the functions of this application is to install it on computers running Windows 8 or 8.1.
When you first launch the application, you will be required to specify which are your areas of interest, so that you get to read articles pertaining only to them - among the available categories, you can find technology, politics, nature, arts, space, health, music, cooking sports and so on.
If you are not satisfied with these sections, you can also enter custom subjects that you want to get details about, and News360 for Windows 8 will add them to your reading list.
You can also connect the app with other online accounts, such as Facebook, Twitter, Evernote or Google+, so as to make sure it provides you only with relevant content.
Metro news reader
Once this step has been completed, News360 for Windows 8 displays the full list of topics and you can select the one you want to read - you will also get some additional sources where the same subject is tackled, thus making sure you get all the information you need.
Moreover, you can also pin a chosen news source to your Start Screen and it will be displayed as a live tile, where the latest headlines are shown as thumbnails.
Just like most Metro apps, News360 also runs in snapped mode, which means you can keep an eye on all published news while viewing your images for example or browsing the web.
To wrap it up, News360 for Windows 8 can prove to be a reliable tool for all users who are constantly in search of a good story, and who want to get more details about the same topic from as many sources as possible.