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Services like Digg help us keep up-to-date about what's hot on the Internet every single day. It merges social knowledge with editor's curation expertise to deliver interesting content in any form media can take: videos, photos, websites or text articles.
But Digg isn't only a front-page of curated content. It's also a reader where you can import your sources (via OPML file or by adding sources manually) and use the web or the app to read them. Actually, that's the keystone of the social component of Digg. Users can "digg" posts which is something like "thumb up" or "like" them. The amount of "digg" provides the way Digg editors discover what's hot everyday on the Internet.
Besides "digging" temperature, Digg editors make their own selection of articles based on their own criteria of what's appealing.
If you are looking for a well-designed, smooth and intuitive news reader for your own sources, you should give a go to Digg. If you don't have your own sources set and just want to know what's hot everyday on the Internet, you should definitely have Digg installed on your mobile device. Highly recommended.
by Emmanuel , Appszoom
Dec 31, 2013
"And now, with no warning, it's back—and it's beautiful." - Gizmodo
Digg delivers the most interesting and talked-about stories on the Internet. Powered by social signals and old-fashioned human judgment, our editors turn the Internet's vast and cacophonous flood of articles, blog posts, magazine pieces, status updates, photos and videos into the elegant and endlessly engrossing mix known as Digg. And now the new Digg Reader is a simple, powerful and speedy way to follow your favorite sources and publishers.
◆ Introducing Digg Reader for Android! A fast, clean, and simple real-time reading app.
◆ Find and follow your favorite online publishers, writers, and bloggers.
◆ Organize RSS feeds and other sources via folders. Quickly sort to see the most popular items across the social Internet.
◆ Digg your favorite stories and share them via Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, Tumblr, LinkedIn, email, and text.
◆ Save stories to read later on Digg, Instapaper, and Pocket.
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