The brainchild of three enterprising IITtians – Azhar Iqbal, Deepit Purkayastha and Anunay Arunav – the news app is currently available on Android
BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | November 20, 2013
In a day and age where time crunch is the loudest noise you can hear, an Indian start-up, 'News In Shorts', has launched an innovative app to help keep pace with the lighting fast 24/7 world of breaking news.
Keeping up with world news is essential for any business; yet going through the lengths of entire articles can be too tedious and time consuming. On the other side waits the often misleading world of headlines to spring its trap. NIS treads the middle path by bringing news in 60 words sharp. NIS is the brainchild of three enterprising IITtians – Azhar Iqbal, Deepit Purkayastha and Anunay Arunav.
"The inspiration for 'News in Shorts' is the mobile Indian. Featuring a clean, hassle-free interface, the app pushes the most relevant news articles of the day to the reader, who can then take in the news items at a glance. Given the fact that most of us consume information on the go via our smartphones or tabs, this app will prove to be extremely useful. We are excited to see what this grows into, since it has already seen over 5,000 downloads in the beta mode,” said Azhar Iqbal, Co-Founder, News in Shorts.
This application is currently available on Android and may be downloaded from Google Play store.