The BuzzFeed News app brings you the most important and most interesting stories from around the world, hand-picked by our editors.
With the BuzzFeed News app for iOS and the Apple Watch, you’ll quickly catch up on what’s going on around the world.
We make the news easy to follow. Whether it’s a tweet or a Vine, a BuzzFeed News exclusive or a compelling piece of reporting from elsewhere, our editors will make sure you don’t miss out on what people are talking about.
We make the news easy to understand. Our editors know that when something happens, the who, why, when, and how matter just as much as the what. We’ll make sure you’ve got context and background to major news events as they happen.
We make the news easy to manage. Need to know when something big is happening in the world of technology, politics, or entertainment? Need the latest updates on major breaking news? Passionate about sports or LGBT issues? We’ve got you covered with customizable notifications.
We make the news easy to share. Read something in the app that moves you? Share it with a friend or colleague, straight from the app.
We make it easy to get the news - even on your wrist. Customize your Apple Watch experience with the BuzzFeed News app - whether you want to receive our notifications as the news happens or browse through the app at your leisure and at a glance.
BuzzFeed News App Details & Overview
BuzzFeed News is an application developed by BuzzFeed and released on iOS. The app is compatible with iOS 8.0 or later on the following devices: iPhone 7, iPhone 6, iPad 3, iPad Mini and iPod Touch 5G or newer.
Download the BuzzFeed News app and use on your iPhone or iPad. Click here to download the app for Android or Windows devices.
Developer site: Support
What's new in version 2.5
Here's What We've Been Up To: - We've got these things we call 'read more' modules because names are hard. They're those little rectangular boxes that contain even more stories for you to ~read more~ on a topic. And now when you have, they too will go grey. - Killed some bugs, because eventually all bugs must die. - Oh and we upgraded to Swift 2.2. And if that's something you care about please head straight to BuzzFeed.com/jobs and apply for one of our iOS positions. And now back to your regularly scheduled programming.