Appy Geek is an app that has been available in the Google Play Store for a long time now. This is a very popular application amongst tech enthusiasts, as it filters the most relevant content and delivers it in a really sleek way. The application has been released by ‘News Republic’ a long time ago and currently holds a 4.6-star rating in the Google Play Store. Appy Geek is definitely not the only application of this sort in the Google Play Store, but it sure is one of the most popular ones, at least amongst those which focus on technology alone.
That being said, this app has been updated quite recently, and the company reached out to us in order to clarify what’s new. Now, on top of the regular features this application offers, it now offers a new level of interaction, a social dimension. Appy Geek already had a level of social interaction based on voting, but the app should offer an even better level of curation for you. The app now connects you with ‘Super Geeks’, the community of readers will basically decide what’s important to them, and the app will curate the content based on what people around you are reading, commenting and reacting to. This new model will help Appy Geek provide an even more relevant content and send it your way, rather than letting the media choose what you’re going to read. Now, in order to achieve the best curation possible, you should definitely set up your profile and follow your friends and other users with whom you share interests, so that you get the most relevant content. You can follow what’s going on in the community through your profile, of course.
As many of you know, there are a number of news curating apps out there, and some of them offer really unique ways to read your content. There are apps like Flipboard which curate content for you from the categories you select, and then there are RSS reading apps like Feedly or Press, for example, which let you choose specific sites you’d like to get RSS feed from to make sure you don’t miss a single article. If you’re into technology, Appy Geek might be a perfect fit for you, it will not only curate content for you but also let you add custom RSS feeds, if that's what you want, of course. Check it out if you’re interested, it’s free.