Posted October 15, 2018 09:29:22The news, however, is still a mobile phone.
And the reader, with a smartphone, is a mobile user too.
This means there is an obvious need for a solution.
The Times of India has launched a mobile news app, News Feed.
The news is displayed in a traditional web browser.
The app is available for both Android and iOS devices.
The Times of Indian’s founder, Praveen Sethi, said the company has been testing it out and wants to make the app available to readers in the coming weeks.
The News Feed app, which launched on Android on Monday, shows a full screen of the news on your device’s screen.
The app also allows you to subscribe to feeds from other apps on your phone, including WhatsApp, Twitter and Facebook.
Users can also see the latest news from news outlets around the world, including Google News, CNN and The Guardian.
Sethi said the app will be available for a limited time only on the Android operating system.
The News Feed service will also be available on iOS later this year, he added.
News Feed is an open source project, but is a closed source project.
It is licensed under the GPLv3, a free software license that grants people the freedom to copy, modify, publish, distribute, transmit and perform the work of others.
The terms of the GPL allow the public to use News Feed as long as the user is a copyright owner.
It was not clear how many people have downloaded News Feed yet.
Sethi said a “tens of millions” of Android users have downloaded the app, and he said he hopes to have it available on other platforms.
The company said the News Feed experience will be different on every device, but users will have the same information displayed.
News Feed is free to download and use, and it will be made available on the App Store, Sethi added.