whether you’re an online news publication or city hall
Increase your ad revenue through in-app advertising.
Readers can openly send exclusive news scoops as service requests.
Drive more readers to your website and increase your brand recognition.
Implementing a reliable news feed module in your mobile app can increase your audience engagement, by offering users a trustworthy news feed.
Generate additional revenue to your online publication by leveraging in-app advertising.
By categorizing your news and online content, you improve the navigability for your readers, increasing page views and session length.
Attract users’ attention, drive social sharing and encourage engagement with breaking news stories.
Stick the most trending news features to the top of your news feed and increase their reach, by marking them as Top News.
Improve user experience and navigability by letting your readers follow their favorite author. Through well-structured content, you create a community of loyal readers who appreciate an organized news feed.
Users can read the full article in-app or load it from an external URL.
Easily follow the articles that were read by changing their color. Having a faded color that sets apart the ones read from the ones unread improves user experience.
Eventya analytics provides insights on how well your content is performing. You get information on your pages, news and events so you understand your audience better.
Whether you’re an online news publication or city hall, Eventya’s news feed module delivers the most recent news to your audience's smartphones
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" We had and have an excellent collaboration with the Eventya team. Creating a mobile app for a news site that has an enormous amount of content is an extremely complicated task, with many, many small details that need to be considered and fine-tuned. Instead of a business relationship we developed one of collegiality with the wonderful group at Eventya and together we developed a new product designed to keep the public in Sibiu informed every moment of the day. "