iPad News Apps
USA Today
Looks like
           the paper,
           gives
           prominenc
           e to lead
           story
Sidebar
does ...
Tap icon to call up
section navigation
Story pages
down, next
article
swipes right
Layout
leaves
whitespace
at end of
article.
Wall Street Journal
Individual
'issues' take
time to load.
Familiar
layout to
homepage.
Swipe left to
continue
(not
Inline rich
media.
Additional
stories on
right.
Popup
advertisemen
ts throughout
Tap logo to
call up
navigation
New York Times
Horizontal
scrolling
only.
Navigation
listed at
Swipe to go
to the next
page. Tap
upper left to
go back to
section front
Half page
ads
Reuters
Separate
text and
video
content.
Primary
navigation
Story page
smooth
horizontal
scrolling.
Secondary
navigation
upper right
NPR
No
significance
given to
important
stories.
Rows slide
right to left
Media gets
prominent
placement
on article
view.
Associated Press
Headlines
on index
Bloomberg
Stories not
chronological
, but
editorial is
programmati
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Screenshots of the first batch of iPad news apps to compare interaction models and news presentation.

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iPad News Apps

  1. 1. iPad News Apps
  2. 2. USA Today
  3. 3. Looks like the paper, gives prominenc e to lead story Sidebar does not scroll with center well
  4. 4. Tap icon to call up section navigation
  5. 5. Story pages down, next article swipes right
  6. 6. Layout leaves whitespace at end of article.
  7. 7. Wall Street Journal
  8. 8. Individual 'issues' take time to load.
  9. 9. Familiar layout to homepage. Swipe left to continue (not
  10. 10. Inline rich media. Additional stories on right.
  11. 11. Popup advertisemen ts throughout
  12. 12. Tap logo to call up navigation
  13. 13. New York Times
  14. 14. Horizontal scrolling only. Navigation listed at
  15. 15. Swipe to go to the next page. Tap upper left to go back to section front
  16. 16. Half page ads
  17. 17. Reuters
  18. 18. Separate text and video content. Primary navigation
  19. 19. Story page smooth horizontal scrolling.
  20. 20. Secondary navigation upper right
  21. 21. NPR
  22. 22. No significance given to important stories. Rows slide right to left
  23. 23. Media gets prominent placement on article view.
  24. 24. Associated Press
  25. 25. Headlines on index
  26. 26. Bloomberg
  27. 27. Stories not chronological , but editorial is programmati
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