This chapter on the consumption of mobile news in developing country draws on the limited but growing scholarship on journalism and mobile media. News audiences are increasingly demanding improved access and trying to navigate through the assortment of news messages circulated from print media, broadcasting, web, and mobile media platforms. India, becomes an emblematic instance in this process, as India’s mobile phone subscriber base peaked to more than 1 billion users in late 2015, making India the second largest mobile phone user base after China. In recent years, mobile media in India have also penetrated individuals’ news consumption and sharing behaviors. These emerging practices can be posited in relation to the ubiquitous presence of mobile devices and a steadily expanding digital ecosystem. Utilizing both quantitative and qualitative methods, this chapter seeks to explore how mobile apps position themselves into wider news media assemblages in a developing country like India, and how these mobile news apps are linked to one another, in addition to the legacy news media in the wider field of using and managing news media in India. Hence, broadly, this chapter aims to explore, why mobile apps are being used for news media consumption? In what way, mobile devices offer innovative ways of engaging with news in India? How these emerging practices are transforming not only the dominant ways of distributing the news but also the very nature of the relationship between news media and its audience.