News360 News Reader for Windows Phone gets major update

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News360, the popular news reading tool with over 1 million downloads on iOS and Android,  and that keeps you in the know about all of the most important events of the day via smartphones, tablets, TVs and the Web is releasing a major update for its Windows Phone application today.

The new version of News360 now includes personalization, with Facebook profile, Twitter feed, Evernote and Google Reader integration, and instantly get new stories and topics tailored to the things you’re most interested in.

What makes News360 different is not simply showing you the news,  but quite literally, showing you what you’re missing from 20,000 different news sources around the world. You’ll also see all the major news from every point of view.

What sets News360 apart from dozens of other news apps is simple: it has it all. Instead of using separate reading tools for news, blogs, special interests and your social feeds, News360 brings it all together under one roof. This means you stay informed about the world around you, (and sound smart at the water cooler) and get your personal favorites and hobbies all at the same time – even the things you don’t really want anyone to know you like, like live action role playing games or stamp collecting.

In 2011, News360 users read more than 44 million articles.

“What we’re doing is simplifying and improving an existing daily ritual – people expect real time access to daily information whether they’re reading the news on the bus on the way to work, or checking last night’s scores while in line for coffee,” said Roman Karachinsky, CEO and co-founder, News360. “Whether you have five minutes on a smartphone or thirty minutes on a tablet, we can provide a personal experience.”

News360 is now available for Windows Phone, iOS, Android, and on the Web at and is available for free from Windows Phone Marketplace here.

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