What If I Told You That There’s Just As Much Good News At Your Fingertips As There Is ‘Bad?’

Living in a world of phones that deliver every bit of information to the tip of your fingers is incredible,

What If I Told You That There's Just As Much Good News At Your Fingertips As There Is 'Bad?'

Living in a world of phones that deliver every bit of information to the tip of your fingers is incredible, to say the least. We have the opportunity to know anything and everything that we’re curious about in just seconds. And, if you’re a newspaper person who discovered the convenience of push notifications from your favorite news app then you’ve probably had the experience of receiving a notification that made your heart sink with devastating news. While it’s important to be informed, it’s also important to consume information with intention. Too much of anything isn’t good so why overwhelm yourself with more ‘bad’ than necessary? To balance out all of the not-so-good updates being sent to your phone, try downloading one of these ‘good’ news apps to learn more about people creating beautiful and hope-filled solutions to some of the world’s biggest issues – climate change, conflict, mental health, and more.

Dedicate Some Digital Real Estate To Positive News

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Good News Network

The Good News Network has been delivering positive news for more than 25 years. Their app is simple and straightforward, bring you features like ‘This Day in History,’ quotes of the day and ‘Good Talks.’

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Goodable

From the moment you open this app you are greeted with joy. It’s bright orange and blue screen asks “What’s good?” before showing you your personalized “daily dose of good news.”

Goodable has multiple categories to choose from including Animals, Science, Sports, Culture, Health, Climate, and more so you can quickly jump to what you’re most curious about that day.

The app is free however, they do offer a paid option to access Goodable Sparks. This feature includes psychologist-created “guided journeys and easy goals… designed to help you treat anxiety, depression, and stress.”

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Squirrel News

This app here has a team of journalists that curates solution-oriented news articles only from the most trusted sources to bring you a daily collection of positive information. Squirrel News saves you the work of scrolling and just delivers you good news to your fingers each day.

They also have a podcast if your prefer audible news.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Lapis News

This app here brings you all of the top positive stories from around the internet to the palm of your hand. And, the best part? Lapis News has a tab dedicated to videos of cute animals. There’s nothing more smile-inducing than non-stop scrolling of adorable pets and wildlife. Aside from that is another tab filled with jokes and one-liners to lighten everyone up around you.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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allGOOD NEWS

allGOOD NEWS is for all of your swipers. Swipe up to preview a new story and swipe side to side to read it. This app gives you 4-8 new articles a day and allows you to infinitely swipe through positive stories from previous days. So, if you’re looking for something better than a corny pick-up line on Tinder to swipe over, try out this app instead.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Brighten Your Day

This one doubles as a [positive] social network. Not only do you get to read positive and uplifting news but you can also share it as well as connect with others who share similar inspirations. Because, social media is cool and all, but it’s been known to take a toll on mental health. So, why not hangout somewhere that spreads more love than hate?

 

 
 
 
 
 
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