1,000,000 - 5,000,000 downloads
- Perfect for engadget fans
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Engadget dot com mobile version.
This simple yet effective app brings you a light-weighed version of Engadget website.
While it's the perfect app for engadget usual readers, it's also a great app to everyone who wants to keep up to date with technology news. Its UI is as clear as it should be, becoming one of its best points at all.
With this app, you can get quick access to the Engadget Podcast and use the in-app option to tip Engadget on breaking news, which can be shared via the usual social media wherever you're at. There's also a saving feature to bookmark articles and view while offline, which is deeply appreciated.
We wouldn't go so far as to say that Engadget is the best geek news site, that's up to you. What it's certainly true is that this app is up to it.
* A non-stop, daily stream of all the latest posts from Engadget, better optimized for phones and tablets.
* See Engadget's features, reviews, unboxings, and hands-on coverage as it happens
* Check out Engadget videos and photo galleries of the latest news and gadgets
* Share Engadget content via any app on your device that supports sharing
* Engadget Podcast now supports background playback
* Use the in-app option to tip Engadget on breaking news or provide us with feedback on the app
* Save Engadget articles to keep all your favorite posts in one place
* Widget and Daydream support keep you constantly updated
* Intuitive and clear interface
* Personalized Recommendations - We've added a "Recommended for you" section in the left navigation drawer that personalizes your Engadget experience based on the articles you're reading in the app. The more articles you read, the more fine tuned your recommendations will get. So get started today!
* Article thumbnail images have been optimized
* Performance Improvements, bug fixes
Quite good. But wondering, why does the app need access to my photos?
Unfortunately the app just crashes and force-closes every time I try to open it. I'll just stick to going to the website
All i need
Everything I thought it would be
WTF, lag city. And for a company that reports on tech, unacceptable. Deleting after too many years of awful.