App DescriptionSpiggit lets you see real-time voting activity on Digg. A mesmerizing physics simulation animates the stories as they fight for your attention. Font sizes increase as stories get more votes so you can clearly see what's hot on digg.com right now.
If you're a fan of Digg, this is the best screensaver ever.
★ Everything on the screen is constantly moving, even the help menu floats around
★ Stories all start out at the same size, but they grow as more votes arrive at digg.com
★ A physics engine ensures stories stay out of each other's way and don't overlap
★ Stories are color-coded by topic so you can quickly see related items
★ The less popular stories are eventually replaced, or you can swipe to delete at any time
★ Tap a story to view in a browser that has a button that links to the submission on Digg
★ A reset button removes all stories and starts accumulating a fresh set based on new votes
★ The background animation changes color when new stories arrive
★ The high performance upgrade (optional in-app purchase) gets stories faster
This free app is fully functional. You can use in-app purchasing to add the high performance upgrade. This fills your screen with stories more quickly by fine-tuning the refresh rate to match the voting activity on Digg.
This is an unofficial Digg app built with the Digg streaming API.
November 30, -0001 Initial Release