Posted by Rob Rich
on September 18th, 2013
iPhone App - Designed for iPhone, compatible with iPad
Quora, the crowd-sourced questionnaire app, is making its way to 3.0.
This new update takes inspiration from iOS 7′s design by cleaning up the interface a bit and using an emphasis on gesture navigation to allow users to swipe through their feeds. The app has also been reorganized into five separate feeds – Top Stories, Questions and Answers, Open Questions, Blogs, and Reviews – so that you’ll have more control over what how you use Quora.
Quora‘s 3.0 update should be live later today, so give it a download and overload on information!
via: Our Review
Knowledge is power so they say. Excluding huge wealth, I suspect the elusive ‘they’ are right. Quora won’t provide great financial fortunes (probably) but it will provide plenty of knowledge.
Providing a neat combination of social networking and knowledge, Quora allows users to ask people questions as well as answer other people’s queries. Over 60,000 topics are covered enabling users to search through thousands of different location based topics as well as anything else that may grip them.
Kind of like Wikipedia, it opens up a huge breadth of knowledge on everything from current affair issues to simply asking people what it’s like to be in their chosen career field. Users could even use it for relationship advice or tourism information for a specific area. It’s a fascinating insight into just how much knowledge each and every person may have. An instant reminder that everyone is knowledgeable about something, even if they don’t yet realise it.
Quora is a free app so why not give it a shot today? It makes an entertaining change from the likes of Wikipedia.
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2011-09-29 :: Category: Social Networking