Keeping up with the news can be hard. Staying on top of information is often a time-consuming process that involves finding and tracking sources, and filtering through a lot of stories that we’re just not that interested in. There’s a new way to discover news that matters to you: News360, an intuitive news reader that scours over 10,000 sources from around the web. With the new Evernote integration, News360 actually figures out your interests and delivers personalized news streams based on your interests. Here’s how.
News360 + Evernote
When you tap on ‘My Interests’ in the left-hand tab of the app, you’ll be prompted to create a News360 account. From there, you’ll be able to connect your Evernote account with your News360 account simply by authorizing the app.
News360 will analyze your account, figuring out what kinds of things you’re interested in based on things you’ve clipped from the web. Once your account has been analyzed, blog posts and articles that match these topics will be presented to you in a slick, easy-to-browse interface. You can edit your interests, adding categories, topics, and titles to create a customized news center for yourself — right on your iPhone, iPod Touch, Android Tablet, iPad, or on the web.
A 360 Reading Experience
When you open an article in News360, you’ll be given the option to learn more about highlighted people, companies, and places within the article, broadening your knowledge, without losing your place. These topics can also be added to your Interests, to further personalize the news that is served to you. Articles that you might want to remember can be saved to your Evernote account for later reference.
You can also check out the 360 view, a super visual way to discover interesting stories you might not otherwise come across. We think this integration is really useful because it allows you to discover news in a fresh way using using the content in your Evernote account. To help further refine your recommendations, don’t forget to save interesting articles back into Evernote. Give it a shot.
The Evernote API
News360 was able to do all this thanks to the open, free Evernote API. You can also create amazing Evernote-integrated apps and products. Take a look at our developer site for more information.