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Headlines iOS app update brings smarter widgets, iPad UI improvements, more – 9to5Mac

June 23, 2021
Michael Potuck
– Jun. 23rd 2021 2:33 pm PT

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The simple and clean news reader Headlines for iPhone and iPad is out today with a nice update that makes its widgets more useful, brings iPad UI enhancements, offers smart group management, and more.

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Headlines for iOS is a news reader that offers seamless feed discovery and management and useful features like iCloud sync, dark mode, and 6 widgets to choose from.
Version 2 of the app launched today and one of the most interesting new features is the ability for widgets to hide articles that you’ve already read.
Along with that, Headlines 2 brings in-app article browsing, the option to manage smart groups, feeds, and tags, a better UI for iPad, and more.
Headlines is a free download for iPhone and iPad (for 1 feed) with an in-app purchases available to unlock unlimited feeds, mute filters, alternate icons, instant translation, and tags for $1.99/month, $9.99/year, or $24.99 for a lifetime license.
Release notes:
Say hello to Headlines 2! Here’s what’s new:
• In-app article browsing.
• Manage smart groups, feeds and tags from the new home screen.
• Widgets can now hide articles you’ve already read.
• iPad user interface improvements.
• You can now open articles in your default browser (e.g. Safari).
• Alternate icons for Headlines+ users.
• Default theme overriding.
• Bug fixes and memory management improvements.
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Michael is an editor for 9to5Mac. Since joining in 2016 he has written more than 3,000 articles including breaking news, reviews, and detailed comparisons and tutorials.
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