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World News ★ artworkWorld News ★
BoCoSoft

Genre:News
Price: $0.99
Release Date: May 07, 2009

With World News, you can stay up to date with news sources from 200 countries and territories around the world!

Make a favorites list of your most used sources, and stay up to date with world updates! Any news source can be translated into the language of your choice.

If our database of thousands of news sources doesn't have the one your looking for, you can add it!

This application is for the world traveler, the politician, and the student!

HOW DO I ADD MY OWN NEWS SOURCE?
In the main country list, press the plus sign in the top right hand corner. Write the news source name, its web address, and pick the country it belongs to.

HOW DO I DELETE ALL THE NEWS SOURCES I'VE ADDED?
Go the the About Screen (from the main list, tap the top left button "About"), and press the button "Reset Database". This will return the news source database to its original state when you downloaded/updated the application.

HOW DO IT READ MY NEWS IN MY OWN LANGUAGE?
Touch the translate button on the toolbar while viewing any website not in your own language to immediately translate it. You can set your preferred language in your iPhone's settings.

I HAVE A SUGGESTION/COMMENT ABOUT YOUR PROGRAM...
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