French News Alerts

French News Alerts


Read and share the latest news headlines from the leading News sites. Receive alerts on the latest News. Customize alerts based on different topics.

You can share the news by SMS, email, etc. also through your installed apps like Facebook, Google+, etc.

This app supports variety of news sites which includes...

Ouest France
L'Express
Le Figaro
Le Monde
Le Nouvel Observateur
Le Nouvel Observateur: Challenges
Le Nouvel Observateur: Sciences et Avenir
Le Nouvel Observateur: Rue89
Le Nouvel Observateur: Obsession
Le Nouvel Observateur: CinéObs
Le Nouvel Observateur: TéléObs
Le Nouvel Observateur: Pourquoi docteur
Le Nouvel Observateur: Le Plus
Libération
La Croix
L'Humanité

More will be added soon.

Use Menu and use the "Change Font" option if you see scrambled font.

Enable news alerts as message notifications. You can configure the news alters by choosing your interested news site and its category. You can also define when you want to get alerts e.g. from 6:00 AM to 9:00 PM. You can also define how frequently get notification. E.g. every 15 minutes, every 1 hr, etc. Use Settings menu to configure the news alert options.

Note:
- News alerts works only android 2.3 or above.
- You should install the app in Phone to receive the alerts; if you install it in SD card you will have to open the app at least once after restart the mobile to receive alerts.
- If you want to move the app from SD card to phone then go to your phone settings and select manage applications, select this app and click Move to Phone button.
- If you receive blank alters then check “Alternative Alert” in preference.

Send any feature request or issues to [email protected]

Recent changes:
This version:
Off-line news
Bug fixes

Earlier versions:
Side bar for quick access
News Widgets
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About French News Alerts
Read and share the latest news headlines from the leading News sites. Receive alerts on the latest News. Customize alerts based on different topics.

You can share the news by SMS, email, etc. also through your installed apps like Facebook, Google+, etc.

This app supports variety of news sites which includes...

Ouest France
L'Express
Le Figaro
Le Monde
Le Nouvel Observateur
Le Nouvel Observateur: Challenges
Le Nouvel Observateur: Sciences et Avenir
Le Nouvel Observateur: Rue89
Le Nouvel Observateur: Obsession
Le Nouvel Observateur: CinéObs
Le Nouvel Observateur: TéléObs
Le Nouvel Observateur: Pourquoi docteur
Le Nouvel Observateur: Le Plus
Libération
La Croix
L'Humanité

More will be added soon.

Use Menu and use the "Change Font" option if you see scrambled font.

Enable news alerts as message notifications. You can configure the news alters by choosing your interested news site and its category. You can also define when you want to get alerts e.g. from 6:00 AM to 9:00 PM. You can also define how frequently get notification. E.g. every 15 minutes, every 1 hr, etc. Use Settings menu to configure the news alert options.

Note:
- News alerts works only android 2.3 or above.
- You should install the app in Phone to receive the alerts; if you install it in SD card you will have to open the app at least once after restart the mobile to receive alerts.
- If you want to move the app from SD card to phone then go to your phone settings and select manage applications, select this app and click Move to Phone button.
- If you receive blank alters then check “Alternative Alert” in preference.

Send any feature request or issues to [email protected]

Recent changes:
This version:
Off-line news
Bug fixes

Earlier versions:
Side bar for quick access
News Widgets
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