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Category: News
Released: 09 Mar 2011
Published: 28 May 2013
Latest version: 2.3
Size: 23.33 MB
Seller: Zite, Inc.

© Zite, Inc.


Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Requires iOS 6.0 or later. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.
Zite is an intelligent magazine that helps you discover interesting things to read.

Your Zite is as unique as you are. Zite learns what you like and gets smarter as you use it. Zite analyzes millions of articles each day and brings you the best of your favorite magazines, newspapers, authors, blogs, and videos.

Zite also helps you to discover content that you won’t find elsewhere. Zite surfaces fresh voices, different perspectives and unique topics. With more than 40,000 topics to choose from, Zite will guide you to new interests when life gets stale - whether you want recipe ideas, the latest political news or to research an obscure interest.

Finally, Zite’s design combines beauty and brains. While Zite is fueled by a powerful discovery engine, we’ve focused on making Zite both clean and simple. You’ll get all the benefit of our powerful technology wrapped in a beautiful design that’s a joy to pick up every day.

Requires iOS 6.0 or higher.

“The iPad’s smartest magazine yet.” —Mashable
“If you’d like a smarter way to handle information overload, Zite can do the dirty work.” —Wall Street Journal

What's new in Version 2.3
New features:
· We've made huge improvements to our recommendation engine to ensure that the stories we deliver are a good match for your interests.
· Articles that you've read before will be greyed out (synced across all your devices).
· We've enhanced some articles with pull quotes.

· It's now easier to add new topics to your Quicklist, and you'll now see a counter indicating your liked topics when you like a new topic.
· Article sources now appear in the topic drawer below an article.

Dead bugs:
· Fixed issues preventing sharing to Evernote.
· Fixed a rare issue where the back button could get disabled when visiting links from within an article.
· Made sure you can always tap the status bar to scroll to the top of a section on iPhone.
· Fixed a few rarely-occurring crashes.


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