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    Default Link News simplifies your Twitter reading experience

    Link News is an app that simplifies your Twitter reading experience. Twitter’s interface can be daunting to newcomers. A user has to invest a lot of time to figure out the right accounts to follow and to understand the unique jargon of the service. Twitter's fundamental design — every tweet is delivered in chronological order, no matter how important or trivial — means that compelling information can get lost in a sea of babble.

    Link News provides a simple interface to:
    - Discover latest news tweets from world's most reputable sources.
    - Discover tweets on topics and venues currently trending in your neighborhood.
    - Discover tweets on your favorite topics. Choose anything and everything. From Hillary Clinton to Football. #OrangeIsTheNewBlack to @wossy. It doesn't require you to speak Twitter.

    You choose the topics. Link curates the tweets. Without distracting images or videos. In a simple interface that highlights the essence of online discovery, a link.

    Target Audience: Anyone who finds keeping up with interests on Twitter a struggle.

    Watch a quick 1 minute video demo here:

    You can download the app for free here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/link-news/id707970074?mt=8

    Product Page: Link News
    iTunes Produce Page: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/link-news/id707970074?mt=8
    Video Demo:
    Email: ping@uselinknews.com
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/linknewsapp
    Last edited by JustMe'D; 11-25-2013 at 09:56 AM. Reason: Added Full iTunes Links
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    Default Re: Link News simplifies your Twitter reading experience

    Thank you for introducing your app to the iMore community, and hopefully, many of our members will give it a try and provide feedback, both good and bad. In the meantime, take some time to get familiar with the App and Developer Forum Rules & Guidelines as well as the members of this community whom you just introduced your app to. Take care

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