Welcome to inkl, the world's best news app. See how we’ve changed the news in 210 countries.
The world of so-called 'free' news, especially on social media, is devolving into clickbait, fraud and celebrity drivel. It's a competition to see who can capture the greatest share of your time everyday. In fact social media companies measure themselves on this statistic.
That's where we come in. Given how fast things the world moves, and how busy we all are, no one can afford to waste time. So we created inkl for readers like you to unlock the world’s best news sources and stay informed - quickly, easily and cheaply. This means the biggest breaking news stories, without paywalls, ads, or clickbait.
inkl partners with the most reliable newsrooms on the planet; those who have a strong record of breaking the biggest stories, of correcting their mistakes, and of employing trained, conscientious journalists.
And the stories you see on inkl aren't there to trick you into seeing more ads. We show you breaking news stories that the world’s top editors deem newsworthy!
We know you have unread emails in your inbox and unfinished jobs on your to-do list. This is a fast, fragmented, and bewildering world. inkl is here to save you time and help you make sense of it all.
Here’s some of what makes inkl the world's best news app, and the last news app you’ll ever download.
No one likes ads. So we tossed them out.
No one likes paywalls. So we’ve worked with publishers to remove those too.
No one likes bias. So we show you multiple perspectives on each story.
No one likes being tracked. So no one else sees what you read on inkl.
No one has time to waste. So articles on inkl load in the blink of an eye.
Everyone likes good news. So we curate a playlist of positive stories to start your day.
Everyone likes discovering new things. So we also curate a playlist of 'Our Picks' for you.
Everyone likes flying cars. So you can follow your favourite topics (without creating a filter bubble).
Everyone likes good customer service. So we treat you the way we like to be treated.
Download the app and start your 30 day FREE TRIAL today.
At the end of your trial you can choose from one of the following paid plans:
- The MONTHLY plan costs just 11 USD / month and provides access to 150 USD of news value
- The WSJ plan costs just 7 USD more, and also provides full subscriptions to The Wall Street Journal and Barron’s (only available to non-US readers)
- The PER-ARTICLE plan costs just 10 cents per article (and can be purchased from our website)
Note: prices and news value may vary locally according to differing regional pricing structures in the App Store and publisher licensing restrictions.
Payments made within the app will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscriptions automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, at the same cost as the initial purchase (i.e., 11 USD or 18 USD depending on the plan selected).
Subscriptions may be managed by you and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to your Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of the free trial period will be forfeited when a user purchases a subscription.
You can also follow us on Twitter @inkl or on Facebook to get a better mix of news from social media.
For Terms and Conditions please visit: https://www.inkl.com/terms
Performance improvements and some minor bug fixes.
Ratings and Reviews
Great news app!
This was the news app I’ve been wanting! It’s straight forward and easy to use without all the clickbait and random ads littering the page. You can customize what sources you want to receive news from and make your own tags to follow stories that are more topic specific. I’m still in my free trial, but the content and the app are good enough to make me seriously consider buying a subscription. I was a bit deterred by the subscription price per month being $10, in comparison with apps like Reuters and even Apple News, which are free for the most part. But for some new sources like The Washington Post and The Economist you need to have a subscription to their specific periodical to gain access to certain content. I can see how the $10 inkl price could be worth it in that regard. One flat fee per month for access to all those periodicals except WSJ and Barron’s (which i don’t read anyway).
The news app for objective readers
Never thought I would write a review for a paid news app, but INKL is exceptional! Well curated news from sources with a history of strong objective reporting. Just read a superior
article from Foreign Policy journal that I would have missed without this app. This app also helps you to dig down in a subject. The good news feature is great also. My only “complaint” is I wish there was an option to switch to black on white type
Our team loved reading this review! Thanks for the shining five stars.
You can change to black type over white by switching to Day Mode in the inkl app. Just tap Settings > Reading Mode > Day. (You can always email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any trouble).
We'd love to give you an inkl gift to share with a friend (ahem, 100 free articles). If you'd like to redeem this, shoot us an email at email@example.com and we'll take care of the rest. Happy reading!
Great News App.
Good news reading app. Kind of like the Netflix of newspapers. I would highly recommend this app to anyone who wants to read a wide variety of news to get a better more rounded view of the world we live in. The interface is clean and the curated content is relevant. You could also go to the source and read the entire newspaper. To the developers.. well done
- Inkl Pty Ltd
- 66.5 MB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
- © 2018 inkl Pty. Ltd.
- In-App Purchases
- Monthly Subscription $9.99
- inkl + The Wall Street Journal $17.49
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.