The most popular entry on this list is Flipboard. Its sleek and lovely magazine layout is an amalgamation of news all sourced from points of your interest. With a smooth and intuitive interface, Flipboard looks and feels like a digital magazine. What makes Flipboard the most reputed news aggregator app is that it does not have a pro version and what you see is what you get, that too for free.
With Pocket, you can easily save articles or videos for later. Pocket has a clean UI on both Android iOS, and great app integration across platforms thanks to its Google Chrome extension, pin pocket. So you can save content on the go and then read it on the computer instantaneously, or within the app itself. You can also follow a couple of upcoming bloggers or journalists with their profiles offering a portal to their liked articles and ideas. A variety of beguiling articles are also available on the Pocket network itself. Pocket Premium costs $5/month or $45/year with all ads removed and enables full-unlimited search options but the basic version is free.
Feedly is perhaps the most organised news aggregator out there, with constant cloud synchronising available for the app. You can easily choose the news you want, filtered to suit your reading habits. With constant cloud syncing taking place, you will never miss any news updates whether or not you’re at home or travelling. Feedly is available for free on Android, iOS and on Chrome as an extension. The pro version costs $6/month, billed annually.