Taptu for the BlackBerry PlayBook has been updated to v2.1.4 in App World. Taptu is a social news feed reader that puts all of the stuff you’re into in one beautiful app. Taptu lets you add your Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and the content from your favorite web sites and blogs via RSS feeds and transforms them into gorgeous visual streams. Or, you can add one of our specially curated streams on a variety of topics and genres. Found a news article or stream you like? Share it via Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin & email. Or, save it to read later using Instapaper or Read It Later.
Taptu is a social news feed reader that puts all of the stuff you’re into in one app. Taptu lets you add Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and the content from your favorite web sites and blogs (via RSS or Twitter) and transforms them into gorgeous visual streams.
You can now synch your streams between multiple devices if you login to Taptu with Facebook, Twitter LinkedIn or Google account.
If you find news or a stream you like you can share with friends via Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, email.
You can save articles for later using Instapaper, Read it Later or Taptu’s bookmarks to view them later on your browser at taptu.com.
- NEW: Getting started: We’ve got a new step-by-step introductory guide to help you make the most out of Taptu and its cool features. Our introduction will help you create a user account to login, suggest streams that may be relevant, and show you how to add, mix and create streams tailored to your reading habits.
- NEW: Login to Taptu using, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin or Google and all the streams and the stories that you read can be imported on a different devices and taptu.com when you login there as well.
- Discover thousands of streams on your favorite topics from a wide variety of web sites, blogs, newspapers and magazines in the StreamStore
- Search for RSS Feeds using Bing or Import them from Google Reader
- DJ Your News: Do you have 5 different sports streams you follow? Merge them all together to create you own Sports stream and color code it to your liking. And why not share your new stream with your friends?
- Create Search Streams from Keywords: Are you a Lady Gaga fan? Search for Lady Gaga on the StreamStore and you can create a stream dedicated to all the news of “Lady Gaga” from Music streams or Fashion streams or a combination of both.
- Search in Streams: Have you added the Games streams and you want to find reviews for “Call of Duty”? You can now search in any stream. What’s more you can save your search as a new Search Stream allowing you to follow all the news for “Call of Duty” as it comes out.
- Discover Stories related to the one you are reading as well as Streams specific to the Topic/Genre the article you are reading about.
- Add as many Facebook or Twitter accounts as you want, add your LinkedIn account as well.
- Update your status, Like and Comment from your Facebook stream
- Tweet, RT, Quote a Tweet from your Twitter stream
- Post a Status Update, Like and Comment from your Linkedin stream
- Share with friends: Share stories and streams with your friends on Twitter, Facebook and Linkedin.
- See full articles that friends share via Twitter and Facebook: Taptu will convert links your friends share into a full article view.
- No time to read now? Bookmark articles to read later on the same or a different device and Taptu on the web at Taptu.com, or save to Instapaper and Read It Later.
BB10apps.com: “Taptu is one of the best Social news feed readers currently out there for the BlackBerry Playbook. This app allows your to add your social media such as Facebook Twitter, Linkedin and your other favourite Websites and blogs through RSS. Once you added them to Taptu it converts them visually appealing streams. This is a great free app that allows you to get your news all in one spot. Be sure to check it out.”
The Register: “A good news aggregator should be able to pull information from a broad range of sources, present it in a clear and easily navigable format, and make it as easy as pie to find, add, remove and edit feeds. For me the app that best ticks all those boxes is Taptu.”
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