" The two most important days in your life are the day when you are born and the day you find out why? "
– Mark Twain
We can watch news on smartphones in YouTube. We can also get news in form text on various applications. On social media, one may get both text as well as video news and that to fast and updated. My favourite app is Twitter. It is one of the finest apps for news updates. One may follow the official pages of news channels and get the notifications in mobile phone whenever such news channels tweets the news.
"Words are precious, ought to be used wisely." - Umang Shah
But this does not means that I always watch only and only videos. Educational contents and facts may be learnt by text news easily. When I review research papers then I use textual content also. Because we can easily read more content in less time through text. So concludingly I can say that I prefer both but videos are. my first choice
Even movies I prefer watching on a big screen rather on a small screen. If possible I always prefer reading hard copy rather on a phone.
Face book and other sites also I prefer on laptop than on smartphone. Typing on smartphone is also a difficult proposition.
It is already getting text and voice news in the morning and afternoon in WhatsApp here. All of the main news is getting through it. With a news reading beyond that, I think there is no scope here for watching the news footage now. This news broadcasting is free to all who subscribed to the WhatsApp group.
small drops make a mighty ocean
Now a days, we have a number of news channels that keep on reporting updated news, some are precise while some keeps on beating around the bush and hence, one needs to change channels to find the correct and accurate story of the incident.
For sports like Cricket, Football, Athletics, Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball, etc, I prefer getting live updates through text and watch the highlights on TV. If I am at home, I do watch the games but at the workplace, the scores are only the option to be updated about the match.
“The most important thing in life is to learn how to give out love, and to let it come in." — Morrie Schwartz