This app combines your RSS news feed and newsletters in one place

If you spend a lot of time on the internet, you know it can be difficult to keep up with all the news from different publications and websites. A new app from The Not So Big Company aims to help solve this problem.

Big News is a new news app available on iOS for iPhone and iPad. With the app, users can compile all of their news feeds and newsletter subscriptions in one place for simple and easy discovery and reading.

With Big News, users can compile RSS feeds from their favorite publications into one common application where discovering and reading the news people are talking about is simple and easy.

The app uses anonymous data tracking to prioritize the biggest stories of the day. Thus, you will not have to worry about personal identification data. But the app will still be able to provide a personalized experience based on the content you choose to view.

Big News also provides all of its users with their own email address. This allows newsletters to skip your regular inbox and show up directly on your Big News app.

The Big News app is only available on Apple devices

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Currently, Big News is available on iPhone and iPad for users in the US and UK. The company says it’s a big fan of Apple devices and even designed the app to have a native Apple look and feel.

This statement somehow gives the impression that the app will not make it to Android devices. There is, however, a Mac version that should arrive later this year.

Big News is still a brand new app on the App Store. The app was just released a few days ago and it currently only has one rating on the app store – a 5-star rating but no pop-up review. But it definitely looks like a cool app that some users might prefer over other RSS viewers available.

You can download the app and test it for yourself here.

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Harry L. Blanchard