Where do you get your news from? From now on, this website

Where do you get your news from? From now on, this website

Christian Sharp

Christian Sharp

If, like us, you spend the first half hour of the morning reading through news, before keeping an eye on a menagerie of channels throughout the day, watching news channels broadcast on social feeds, reading the latest newsletters and so on, it can get a bit unmanageable.

In the absence of iGoogle (although we often use netvibes) we’re delighted to discover Hvper, one web page including a feed of all the major news outlets from around the world. Featuring reddit, Digg, Buzzfeed, Reuters, CNN, the New York Times and many, many more.

Whilst we have no idea how to pronounce the name of the site, it works well on both desktop and mobile, and although it’s not the most aesthetically pleasing site, it is generally functional and easy to view.

You’ll never be out of the loop again.

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