Super Lawyers, a magazine published by Thomson Reuters, is meant to highlight specific lawyers in a region. Lawyers over 40 may be recognized, or 'rising stars' may be profiled. Consumers can also use it to research a lawyer that the may want to use.
Current Events, Aggregators and General News
Click on to be taken to the Google Play store page for each app.
Digg allows you to view breaking news from across the web. Choose what content you want to view and begin to scroll through the daily and hourly updates provides on topics of your choosing. Saving and sharing stories is allowed.
Billed as "Your Social News Magazine", Flipboard is meant to bring you news that you want to know about. Answer some topical questions and Flipboard processes that news into a magazine format for easy reading.
Google News and Weather is a news aggregator that gives users the option to make following news online feel like a digital magazine. Follow breaking news, scan top stories and save news for offline reading.
Instapaper is a handy app to store articles for later reading, either on or offline. Instapaper saves most articles as a 'text-only' file, making the reading experience similar to a newspaper without the cluttered browser screen. Adjust fonts, organize your articles and share your reading with others.
Press Reader works as a combination news aggregator and newspaper. Stories appear as if in a print paper, and are pulled from all around the world. Decide what you want to read by subject, geography and more.
Free to download, pay for certain sources and newspapers.
StumbleUpon is a unique magazine/aggregator site that trawls the internet for pages that line up with your interests. You can make lists of what you want to read, personalize the preferences, or just 'stumble' through suggested pages.