Editors' Note: The download button opens the iTunes App Store, where you may continue the download process. You must have iTunes installed with an active iTunes account in order to download and install the software. This download may not be available in some countries.
I created this application because I read a lot of tech news and I was not happy with any of the news apps out there. This is because most news apps either publish some news, or it is an RSS feed reader where you manage what you read manually.This app may not have the best eye candy, but it will get you the best news without your having to go and search for it. Everything is ranked by popularity from social networks like Facebook and Twitter. You don't have to search for good news, we do the work for you. We bring together news from all the major tech news sites in a unified way.If you register, login and use your personal news URL, you can mark articles as read, and we will never show you read articles again. So, you always have fresh news on your page, unlike your having to go to different sites and refresh the page and wait for new articles to come through.In addition there are several other features:1. Complete full screen reading without any menus.2. You can continue reading on your desktop, what you started reading on the iPhone. 4. No Ads!5. The quality of the tech news articles you see right away.6. Our pages load faster sometimes than the links we show you. Many times you will observe, we are faster than other tech blogs.7. Share through the iOS sharing interface to Facebook, Twitter or via email or iMessage with photo of the page you were reading.I continuously update the service all the time, so as long as there are people who buy the app, there will always be service. I have built this app and hosted it since 2006. I use it daily, so I know the pain points more than anyone else.
What's new in this version:
Splash screen for eye candyWhen you share over Facebook, Twitter or Email, it embeds the photo of the web page as well. The web page photo is what you are looking at the time you press the share button.