A new paper online reader app has caught the attention of many Indian journalists.
Here are a few tips for using it. article New Delhi: The National Herald newspaper, the flagship of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), is being digitised with a new app, called NewsTap.
Its new reader app, which is being launched in India’s biggest markets, is the brainchild of Prashant Jain, the managing director of news portal MediaNama, a New Delhi-based media organisation.
NewsTap allows users to access all articles and articles, including print and electronic editions, with the swipe of a finger, and provides them with information about each article as well as the article’s title, the title of the author, date, location and a link to read the full article.
“We are working towards creating a more open society by publishing news from a range of different perspectives,” Jain told Al Jazeera.
“There are many articles that are not in English but we have tried to include all of them.
News articles are published from a wide range of news outlets, which have been publishing in India for centuries, such as newspapers, magazines and online portals.”
NewsTap allows for quick access to stories from a wider range of sources and brings together a range, from traditional news sources like news and print, to emerging media such as news portals, digital news, social media, online news and more.
“NewsTap will be launched in a range the Indian markets of Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata and Ahmedabad, but in the country’s biggest cities such as New Delhi and Mumbai, the app will be available on the mobile version, with English versions to follow in the coming months.
It will be the first time that the app has been launched on mobile phones.
“It will also be very easy for people to access news, so that they can get the latest and most relevant news from multiple sources, and be able to engage with the content of the newspaper, and read it in a way that suits them.””
The aim of the app is to make the content available more widely across the country, and we have built in support for RSS feeds, news articles and a number of other features,” Jainsaid.
“It will also be very easy for people to access news, so that they can get the latest and most relevant news from multiple sources, and be able to engage with the content of the newspaper, and read it in a way that suits them.”
This app will also help people understand the content and context of their news and to find news that they are interested in,” he added.
The app is expected to be launched sometime in the third quarter of this year, Jain said.
News apps are still a niche in India, but there are many companies, like the popular newspaper newspaper Obit, that are trying to take advantage of this trend.
The RSS feeds have grown rapidly over the last year, and there are more and more publishers that are building on this trend,” J.V. Pandit, CEO of News.IO, told AlJazeera. “
This app is a huge success.
The RSS feeds have grown rapidly over the last year, and there are more and more publishers that are building on this trend,” J.V. Pandit, CEO of News.IO, told AlJazeera.
Pandits news app News.in India, launched in July this year.
“Over the last five years, the RSS is the most popular news source in India.
It is the main source for news across the globe,” Pandit said.
“But this app has evolved to the point where it has become the new standard for news apps, and it has a great user experience.”
Pandit added that the news app will help readers to find more news than they can find on any other app.
“As of now, we are working with about 50 publishers to make it available in all the big cities.
We have also been working with news aggregators to make them available on our app.”
The NewsTap app also provides a wide array of news, weather and sports articles.
Jain added that it will be easier to access a news article by the app’s headline.
The article’s date, the date of publication, the name of the news organisation, the location of the publication, and more will be displayed.
The headline will be preceded by a number, with a number after that.
The number in the headline will change to show whether the article is current or past, and the article will be presented in a more readable format.
“One of the main issues that we see in many newspapers is that there are too many headlines in the article, and sometimes it’s hard to distinguish between news stories and regular news stories,” Jaina said.
It’s also difficult to identify a story by its title, and even harder to distinguish news from other news.
“I am also very keen on the fact that the article title should not be overly technical.
It should not contain too many words,” she said.
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