The AllSides Mobile App
Download the AllSides mobile app — the only news app you'll ever need. Get news from The New York Times, Fox News, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, CNN, The Daily Caller, and hundreds more, all in one place. Instantly see the best news coverage from the left, center, and right.
Your favorite AllSides features, like Headline Roundups and Media Bias Ratings, optimized for your phone. Compare headlines side-by-side so you can get the full story. It's the best and fastest way to avoid being misled.
The AllSides app features:
- Balanced News and Headline Roundups. Compare stories from the left, center, and right, side-by-side so you can get diverse perspectives, spot media bias, and think for yourself.
- Media Bias Ratings. 800+ media bias ratings reveal the political leanings of any outlet.
- Topics and Issues. Quickly find news and information on 100+ different topics.
- Perspectives Blog. Media Bias Alerts, commentary and analysis to help you explore media literacy, political polarization, bias, filter bubbles, and more.
Third-Party Apps Using AllSides Media Bias Ratings
In addition to the AllSides mobile app, a number of app and extension providers have incorporated AllSides into their products. Below are some we recommend. Send us an email if you spot another app using our services.
Newstrition Browser Extension
Newstrition® is an interactive tool by Freedom Forum Institute and Our.News that makes it easy for the public to make informed decisions about what is real and what is “junk” news. The free Chrome and Firefox browser extension provides background information about news publishers, allowing users to check a story’s sources and rate the stories themselves.
Capitol Call Mobile App
Bias Finder Browser Extension
Bias Finder is a browser extension that will immediately show you a source's AllSides Media Bias Rating when you are visiting its webpage. If you’re visiting a news site, you can check Bias Finder to see how AllSides has rated it immediately.
NewsElect allows you to pair a candidate in the 2020 election with a specific issue. It uses AllSides Media Bias Ratings to show articles of different political leanings to give you a balanced sense of that candidate's position on that issue. It also allows you to compare current articles to past articles to see how candidates' positions may have changed.
Read about this app's creation on Medium: A Political Science Student Built An Election App from Scratch