Discover and read the most interesting magazine articles in the world.
★ "I love this app!" - iPad Today
★ "A great app for anyone looking for curated long reads" - 148Apps
★ "I'm loving this app - the articles offered are top-notch" - AppAdvice.com
Download now to curl up with amazing in-depth articles from sources such as The New Yorker, The Atlantic, NatGeo, and many others!
☆ Fresh amazing articles every single day.
☆ Outstanding sources and curators.
☆ Beautiful reading layout.
☆ Great built-in browser.
☆ Full offline access.
Receive daily articles hand-picked by awesome curators:
Read articles in a crisp text-only view or browse gorgeously illustrated views with a tap of a button!
The most effortless and comfortable way to read long and thought-provoking magazine articles on iPad.
A simple and elegant interface gets out of your way and lets you read.
☆ Send to Instapaper, Pocket, Pinboard, and Twitter.
☆ Share articles with friends and family.
☆ Adjust and set a comfortable text size using Pinch-to-zoom.
☆ Saves your place in the current article.
☆ Automatic daily background syncing.
☆ View the source website of every magazine article.
☆ Discover new and interesting magazines.
☆ Optional setting to intelligently block articles that might negatively impact your mood ("Happy Bubble Mode").
☆ Extended scroll-areas and large button touch areas optimized for use with one hand (coffee mug in the other).
☆ Full VoiceOver support (English).
If you love reading, you'll love this app - guaranteed!
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Let Malcolm Gladwell, Michael Lewis, and other top journalists take you on a world of discovery.
Download now to instantly access great magazine articles and receive new ones every day!
☆ REPRESENTATIVE ARTICLES ☆
1. "Have you ever tried to sell a diamond?", The Atlantic - http://bit.ly/9MNzin
An analysis of the De Beers diamond cartel and how the roots of the modern symbolism of diamonds were engineered with clever marketing.
2. "The Lost City of Z", The New Yorker - http://nyr.kr/7T3Zl6
A first person account of the hunt for a lost city within the Amazon rainforests. Adventure, history, and anthropology.
3. "Why the Clean Tech Boom Went Bust", WIRED Magazine - http://bit.ly/AxDbPO
An in-depth analysis of investments in solar, wind, and alternative energy over the last decade, and how market prices of fossil fuels influence the trajectory of clean tech.
The perfect app for reading with your favorite cup of coffee.
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