AARP in Your State – The latest news and events that are specifically related to senior issues in your state and across the country on the issues of insurance, retirement, health care and more.
Ask – the #1 question answering service that delivers the best answers from the web and real people – all in one place … such as, “What is grey matter?”
Audible.com – An Internet provider of spoken audio entertainment, information and educational programming. Audible sells digital audiobooks, radio and TV programs as well as audio versions of magazines and newspapers.
BBC News – The BBC has been the voice of the Free World since 1922. Download this App to read the latest world news or listen to the BBC World Service.
Dictionary.com for Android or Dictionary.com for Apple – A dictionary and thesaurus App with over two million definitions, synonyms and antonyms, all available in the palm of your hand. The App is fast and efficient and includes both phonetic and audio pronunciation of words.
The Financial Times – This is the leading international financial journal providing the world’s best financial information on the international investment environment. It is also a great source of extensive international news for those interested in what is happening outside the United States.
The Huffington Post – A published assortment of articles which are of specific interest to those who are over 50.
SeniorJournal.com – With a byline of “senior citizen news and information daily on the web,” this site is a source of news articles of specific interest to seniors.
Thomson Reuters News Pro – There are many free news Apps, but this one offers a breadth of coverage that makes it a winner. Preferences enable you to tailor the App’s output and the toolbar provides swift access to news, pictures, videos and stock markets coverage.
USA Today – Download their App to read the content you love, updated 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can change your background color and font size settings for ease of reading, download stories to read later and even create your own breaking news alerts.
The Wall Street Journal – This is the premier website for seniors interested in checking on their investments and for making changes/additions to their “nest egg” plans.
Wikipanion – This App gives users quick access to Wikipedia article sections, in-article search, viewing options and bookmarking as well as the ability to tweet about whatever odd fact you’ve just unearthed. The interactive font resizing will also help those who can’t read the smaller text.
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