Rajasthan, India – Clicks2install, on Friday, 1st of Feb 2019, announced the launch of Zoom News, a free app that brings short summarized nuggets of news in local languages. So many things happen at the same time around the world and it can be time-consuming for people to read through long pages of articles. Zoom News app offers auto reading news functionality that picks interesting news and delivers it to readers in audio form, in English and Hindu. Users don’t just listen to the news but make use of tools to share on social media and comment.
To download the app for free, please visit https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.zoomnews.india.
“We summarize each news story in just 300 characters. The idea is to enable the reader to assimilate all the major occurrences across the world without having to spend too much time poring over lengthy articles. Zoom News app comes with very powerful features and tools that make it super easy to find the most relevant news based on your desire and deliver it with ease,” said Clicks2install & Zoom News Founder & CEO, Gajendra Singh Rathore.
Zoom News app is one of the best apps, with multiple features, for finding relevant news and information right now. Personalized news makes it easy for users to find the exact news they’re interested in. Users also get to stay informed with the latest and most relevant news, filter news according to date, name, and topic, and make comments. There is also no need to read through so many long news articles, as most relevant news items are offered in summarized form and delivered in audio. Users can listen to news on both English and Hindu languages.
“Powerful news app I must say. It helps me save plenty of time while at the same time allowing me to know more about what is going on in the world. In my career, I always need plenty of information to improve in my business and that is the reason why I find the app useful. Thanks for creating this powerful tool for the world to use,” said Yashasvi K, a fan.
Currently, Zoom News is available in Hindi and English languages. However, there is a plan to add eight more languages in the next 180 days.