The social life of a person of 21st century is mostly encircled into his social media accounts. Whether they’re the latest updates about our friends or a matter of world politics, we tend to reach out everything using the same platform. It’s very normal to forget about your friend’s birthday but even if the news somehow gets skipped out of your mind that tonight is the most crucial match of your team, Facebook’s always there for the rescue. But it was not one of your friends to let you know, but the blog you were following that notified you at the right time. So when every big and original news channel as well as all the bloggers have their Facebook and Twitter pages and you’re following them, why don’t you consolidate them into one and empty your phone trash from the rest of the dump! Don’t you know how to consolidate them? Don’t worry, here’s how to do it!
All you have to do is download this Android app called Roundup that has been developed by Roundup. The app is compatible with all the devices running Android 4.2 or any later version of the OS.
I think it’s apt to say that News is always social, right! But if I say that Roundup is a social news app, then I do have a notion to pass on. So Roundup basically collects the news feed from all your social accounts including Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, binds them together and presents to you in a book with a fancy cover page that’s easy to read and even easier to share as all you have to do is click on the bottom of the page and all your friends will get a copy each. Sounds exciting, doesn’t it!
As I said, it’s a “book-reading” experience with Roundup; simple but delightful. You can watch images, play videos of the posts and you’ll never have to leave the page again. The variety of topics obviously depends upon your own liking, the blogs you’re following and you can customize each and every bit of letter coming to your way anytime. When you open the app, the news articles are automatically loaded so that the next time, if you’re out of internet access, you can still access the articles and keep reading. You can save particular articles for reading later as well.
I don’t think there’s a need to tell you why you need Roundup; but I’ll still get the point clear. First, you can’t trust your three different social accounts for reading blogs and news because most of the time is spent up in “liking” your friends’ posts and the rest is chewed up in switching from one account to another. Second, the aesthetics comfort and feel of this app is something to count before you compare the two choices. Wait! There’s no second choice I guess because Roundup has it all.
So there’s no denying that this is a great social news app and you must check it out today in the Play Store.
Roundup is available for free.
Pros: “book-like” reading experience; share stories; follow stories from Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn; save articles for online reading; free.
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