Best of the Best
It's your own beautifully personalized magazine with content from your Facebook and Twitter feeds, along with a slew of news sources and categories to choose from. A definite must-have.
Save articles for offline reading and strip away unnecessary graphics for easy viewing. IOS 5 comes with a similar feature built-in, but this popular app is still worth checking out.
Get the latest app news, including ranks, reviews, and even daily "Appisodes" re-capping the latest cool apps for the iPhone and iPad.
Made for iPad
(See "Best of the Best" above)
2. Perfect RSS Reader
Syncs with Google Reader and features a photo browsing mode, offline browsing, and the ability to manage folders and subscriptions. You can also share with Instapaper, Evernote, Twitter, Facebook, and more.
3. The Daily
The Daily is the first daily news, sports, and entertainment news publication made exclusively for the iPad. After the first two-weeks, the service requires a monthly or yearly subscription.
Pulse takes your favorite websites and transforms them into a colorful and interactive mosaic. Save stories for offline reading or share them.
See all your featured top stories at a glance. Stay updated on news categories, such as sports teams, celebs, politics, and more. Streams information from over 1 million online sources.
3. CNN App
iPad version: app2.me/4054)
Watch CNN Live straight from your device. Also features the latest news, commentary, and video clips of previous stories.
(See "Best of the Best" section)
Pro version: $2.99,
version: $4.99, app2.me/4056)
You can manage folders, save articles for offline reading, and more. Syncs with Google Reader. Paid versions are ad-free.
($2.99, app2.me/276; iPad version: $4.99,
This reader also syncs with Google Reader. You can browse by feeds or folders, manage starred items and notes, and save to Instapaper, ReaditLater, and Readability.
The number of "flipped" pages each active Flipboard user goes through per day (According to an estimate by Tech Crunch)2011 Buyers GuideApps24