A week after Yahoo brings a new look to its iPhone app with Summly-powered news summaries, it does the same for its Android users.
The media company's new app for iPhone and iPod Touch features story summaries by Summly, which it acquired from teenager Nick D'Aloisio just a month ago.
Summly, the news app built by 17-year-old Brit Nick D'Aloisio, has been snapped up by Yahoo -- and promptly pulled from Apple's App Store.
The app, created by teenager Nick D'Aloisio, will shut down for now but will "come to life" through Yahoo's various mobile offerings soon.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer eyes the app, according to All Things D. If true, the iPhone app would fit nicely with Mayer's recent mobile-focused purchases.
The 16-year-old entrepreneur, backed by Hong Kong billionaire Li-Ka Shing, relaunches his app to summarize news articles.
Yahoo's News Digest app will now curate the top news about the UK.
At LeWeb in Paris, 18-year-old Nick D'Aloisio, who joined Yahoo when it acquired his company, talks about the entrepreneurial spirit.
CEO Marissa Mayer uses CES keynote stage to announce a twice-daily news summary called Yahoo News Digest and the launch of news magazines, including a tech property led by new hire David Pogue.
The company will continue to support the task management app for the next 90 days, but some users can expect refunds on paid subscriptions.