Introducing Tumbleweed, a Mobile News App Geared Specifically for Millennials Offering Curated, Credible News That You Can Edit & Share

Entrepreneur Shaun Neff and Musician/Producer Cisco Adler Launch Groundbreaking App

Nov 12, 2015, 12:43 ET from Tumbleweed

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Entrepreneur Shaun Neff (Neff Headwear) and musician/producer Cisco Adler announce the launch of Tumbleweed, a mobile app geared towards Millennials that features curated, credible news that you can edit and share. Experts from various industries are showing their support for the app including Jimmy Iovine, Paul Tollett (founder of Goldenvoice), John Malone (former President of Tumblr), Jamie Lynton (Board member of SnapChat), Anthony De Rosa (Reuters / The Daily Show) and more. PRESS HERE to download today for FREE on the App StoreSM.

"There is no definitive source for Millennials to receive 'their news,'" says Shaun Neff, co-founder of Tumbleweed. "We wanted to find a way to crack the Millennial news code that would not only get the younger generation interested and talking about news, current events, lifestyle and entertainment stories but also allow them to share with their friends in a personalized way to spark conversation."

To accomplish this, Tumbleweed gathers and translates the most important stories of the day into a beautiful bite-sized image based feed that is editable and sharable. Users can add their own spin on the news by creating #Newsart with the app's drawing tools, stickers and even create their own stickers. Once personalized, simply share the news that interests you with friends via social media, text or email. The news feed is updated in real time and stories will disappear in 24 hours providing the most up to date news.  PRESS HERE to see a preview of the app.

"We've created THE place for Millennials to find credible, relevant news that can then be customized and shared to create a conversation; a tool to spread knowledge and information in a new and fun way," says co-founder Cisco Adler.

The Media Insight Project's – an initiative of the American Press Institute and the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research – recently did a study on How Millennials Get News. One of the many findings from this study illustrated that "news and information are woven into an often continuous but mindful way that Millennials connect to the world generally, which mixes news with social connection, problem solving, social action, and entertainment."

Tumbleweed is available for FREE on the App Store beginning today, Thursday, November 12. For more information, please visit

About Tumbleweed
Tumbleweed is curated, credible news you can edit and share. The new mobile news app specifically geared towards the millennial generation is the brain child of entrepreneurs Shaun Neff and Cisco Adler. Tumbleweed's visually aesthetic and simple user experience make sharing the latest news stories quick and entertaining with the #NewsArt feature. Select a story, personalize it with the app's drawing tools, stickers and even create your own stickers before sharing the news that interests you with your friends via social media, email or text. Download Tumbleweed for FREE from the App Store.

For more information on Tumbleweed, please contact:
PRESS HERE – 323.556.9752 
Gina Schulman // Ashley Lanaux // Lucy Bartozzi // //

SOURCE Tumbleweed