Awesummly India's fastest short news app

Awesummly is India’s first AI powered fastest short news app. It brings news from around the world and multiple sources to the users in less than 80 words and that too at real time.

Awesummly - Short News App
Awesummly - Short News App

How is Awesummly different from any other news app

  • Awesummly is the fastest short news app in India
  • Awesummly brings short news instantly from around the world and at realtime
  • Awesummly will help you build your personal feed with the news you are interested in
  • Get more out of Awesummly with nightmode, bookmark, audio news and much more
  • Cricket live will take your cricket experience to the next level from live scores and commentary to live score notification
  • Awesummly is a completely ads free platform

Awesome Features

Short News

Stay updated with pocket-sized news in 60 words or less

Personalized Content

Our AI understands what you like reading and narrows down what’s important to you

Audio News

Listen to all the latest news in less than 1 minute

Instant News Update

Get all the news in your pocket at realtime

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Offline Reading

Now you can read all the news even when there is no internet connection

Share with friends

Share and notify friends of news you find important

News Notifications

Get daily news notifications to stay updated with most important news

Live Cricket

Get live cricket score and commentary at real time

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Over 1,400 lives lost due to rains, floods so far this monsoon: Home Ministry News

Over 1,400 people, including 488 in Kerala, have lost their lives due to rains, floods and landslides in 10 states so far in the monsoon season, the Home Ministry said Monday. According to the ministry's National Emergency Response Centre (NERC), 488 people have died in Kerala and 54.11 lakh in 14 districts have been severely hit by rains and floods, the worst in a century.

Over 1,400 lives lost due to rains, floods so far this monsoon: Home Ministry
Not just food! Swiggy may soon start delivery of medicines, smartphones, groceries

Not just food! Swiggy may soon start delivery of medicines, smartphones, groceries News

Online food delivery app Swiggy is looking to expand their focus from food delivery to hyperlocal delivery in their next phase. The online food delivery app is planning to start delivery for categories like medicines and groceries in their diversification strategy. Newly armed with the latest round of funding, Swiggy has been expanding its delivery network as well. According to a report, Swiggy, along with competitors Zomato and UberEats have almost doubled the salaries of their delivery executives.

Delhi's Old Yamuna Bridge Closed To Traffic As Water Level Rises News

Traffic movement on Old Yamuna Bridge in Delhi was closed today with the water level in the river continuing to rise due to rains, a day after the flow breached the danger mark, officials said. The city government set up a flood control room and a round-the-clock emergency operation centre to monitor the river situation, they said. An order banning movement of traffic on the bridge was issued after the flow in the Yamuna showed a rising trend, they said.

Delhi's Old Yamuna Bridge Closed To Traffic As Water Level Rises
43 Killed As Rain Wreaks Havoc In Uttar Pradesh

43 Killed As Rain Wreaks Havoc In Uttar Pradesh News

Forty three people were killed in Uttar Pradesh in two days as rain wreaked havoc in different parts of the state. The maximum number of rain-related deaths were reported in Agra, where six people have died. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has directed officials to launch relief and rescue work on war footing. He has asked district magistrates of the affected areas to immediately provide necessary compensation, according to the rules, in cases of a house collapse.

FAQ's

How does Awesummly summarize news?

Awesummy uses their own proprietary Natural Language Processing(NLP) and Machine Learning algorithms which can summarize any news article in 80 words or less preserving the context and the gist of the article.

How frequently the content gets updated?

Awesummly gets updated around the clock as news breaks. You can view all the latest news in short at almost real-time.

Do you accept freelance articles or photos and videos?

We do not accept ad hoc freelance contributions. If you would like to supply an idea for a story or a news-worthy photo or video (in which you hold the copyright), please use our Contact us section. Please note that you will not be paid for unsolicited story ideas or photographs.

Is there an app for my mobile device?

Yes. You can download the free Android version of the mobile app from Google Play store. We will also be releasing our IOS version in the coming weeks. We also have a Chrome Extension which can be used to summarize any article.

How does Awesummly protect my privacy?

We recognise the importance of protecting the privacy of personally identifiable information collected about our customers, including visitors to our website. The full text of the policy can be found by visiting our Privacy policy page.

Why is Awesummly better than other news app?

Awesummly is the fastest short news app and brings content from multiple sources across the globe and that too in short. Also, Awesummly is completely ads free.

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