Celebrity N' Gossip
iOS iPhone News
Your gate to the hottest celebrity and gossip news from all famous magazines and gossip papers including PEOPLE, Celebuzz, TMZ, Perez Hilton, Gossip Bucket, EOnline, OMG Yahoo!, Media Takeout and many more.
Why is Celebrity N' Gossip Different
✭ Reclaim Back Your Screen Space
While other news readers in the App Store have static navigation controls that are always occupying valuable screen real estate, Celebrity N' Gossip sports non-intrusive touch controls that are only there when you need them. Slightly shake your iPhone or iPod and all the touch controls slide out of view. Shake again and they slide back in.
Celebrity N' Gossip features 9 of the hottest celebrity news websites and blogs. Say goodbye to multiple icons on your home screen, searching through bookmarks, or trying to type in that one iPhone-optimized news web address. Now with a single touch, you will already be reading the news of your choice.
Celebrity N' Gossip is fast. Every single news source currently supported is specifically tailored for the iPhone and iPod touch. The app itself has a very small memory footprint which makes loading articles blazing fast.
✭ Slick User Interface
Even though Celebrity N' Gossip strives for minimalism in its interface design, each control element and how it appears on the screen have been carefully thought out of. Unlike other news apps, the sources in Tech Fuse are presented visually with their logos instead of just text. This makes it easier to identify and select the news you would like to read. To go to the next set of news sources simply swipe your finger to the left like you would do to navigate pages on the iPhone's home screen. Once you select a source, the pane automatically slides out of view giving you instant access to the news you want to read. A status indicator smoothly slides in from the top indicating that your selection is now loading.
✭ Your Favorite
Setting the default news source that opens when you launch Celebrity N' Gossip has never been easier. Simply touch-and-hold your finger over your favorite news source icon in the sources pane. When set, a little star will appear next to the icon indicating that this source is now the new default.