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Winno: The News Feed App With Just The Facts

Winno is a news feed app that breaks down the latest news so it's easier to digest. Winno's team provides fact-checked summaries to vet out…

App Store preview of Winno

In 2018, social media officially surpassed print newspapers as a news source for Americans. When breaking news hits the media, we flock to social media to hear the latest. But in the flood of shared links are a multitude of click-bait articles or fake news articles, making it hard to know what’s real and what’s BS. Our App of the Week, Winno, is the news feed app that gives you all facts straight, on the latest news.

Marketing itself as the “antidote to information overload,” Winno is just that. Winno takes the latest news and breaks it down so it’s easier to digest. From 9am to 9pm ET, Winno’s team works to give you the facts of what’s happening in the world. Their team creates a feed for ongoing and breaking news stories so it’s all in one place for you to access the latest info. The team then combs through link after link, finding the most reliable sources for you. Taking these links, Winno’s team fact-checks and posts updates to the story feed, whether it be a short summary, a tweet, a quote, etc. so all that’s left to do is follow the feeds and consume the news.

Winno’s values are relevant, objective, concise, and complete. Winno takes the guess-work out of news consumption so you’re left feeling completely in the know. Their team works to present the news without opinions or false information in the mix. Ultimately, the power is in your hands to choose what stories you want to follow and when you’re notified about them.

Screenshots of Winno

Launching earlier this year, Winno is still in beta. But with a 4.5/5 star rating, Winno has been featured on the App Store’s Twitter feed. Winno has also been featured on Product Hunt as the “most efficient way to follow what’s happening in the world.”

Become a more informed citizen and download Winno.

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