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“Until a year or so ago, the cadence wasn’t swift enough, and that’s what we’re seeking to put right.”
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The app, released with the operating system today, has more functionality in notifications and lets users continue reading articles across Apple devices.
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It’s hard to critique a news app just after launch, but Inside may need some improved organization to reach to more ambitious news consumers. Staci D. Kramer
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