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Ongo Launches Personal News Service, Redefining Reading and Discovering Digital News

CUPERTINO, Calif. Jan. 25, 2011

Ongo is accessible through any major web browser on computers, smart phones and tablets — so subscribers enjoy their favorite publications on all the devices they own for a single monthly fee.

As the complete destination for digital news, Ongo emphasizes immersive reading that is unabridged and uninterrupted, along with easy-to-use tools for searching, saving and sharing stories that matter most to readers. Many of today’s online news aggregation services are disjointed, distracting experiences — providing only snippets of articles surrounded by links and ads that require readers to jump from site to site.

www.ongo.com

The Associated Press

The Guardian

Slate

The Boston Globe

The Miami Herald

USA TODAY

Financial Times (selected content)

New York Times Picks

The Washington Post

Alex Kazim

Smart news features built into Ongo work across all titles, enabling subscribers to effortlessly create a highly personal news experience. These features include:

  • Ongo Home – A single "front page" for the most important daily news, along with stories of interest picked by Ongo’s editors.
  • Titles – Quick access to news by a subscriber’s publications.
  • My Topics – A subscriber’s customized news "playlist" arranged by title, section or keyword.
  • Clippings – A convenient place to save articles for later reading.
  • Ongo Search – Fine-tuned news search by category, title, date or writer with readily accessible tools for quick filtering of results. Search results cover all titles within Ongo, not just those in a subscriber’s package.
  • Sharing – Invitation-only "Clubs," which are discussion groups among Ongo subscribers. Even non-subscribers can participate in Clubs, receiving emailed and posted articles from Ongo subscribers, extending the value of Ongo membership.

Adrian Drury

$6.99 New York Times 99 cents

At launch, Ongo is offering a free one-month trial to everyone who sets up a subscription.  There is also a free "day pass" for one day of access to Ongo without having to provide a credit card number.

Resources

www.ongo.com/c/how-ongo-works

http://www.ongo.com/c/press-room

Follow us on Twitter at @OngoNews.

About Ongo

Cupertino, Calif. $12 million September 2010 www.ongo.com

Ongo is a trademark of Ongo Inc., and other names may be trademarks of their respective owners.

SOURCE Ongo Inc.

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