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Flud News

★★★★★ Private social news feeds for teams in companies

Flud is essentially a social RSS reader

Flud News

by Made By Rabbit, Inc.
Removed from the App Store

Flud is essentially a social RSS reader. Unlike other news aggregators, Flud doesn’t offer curated content categories in its list of sources, although it does support adding sources from Google Reader, Twitter, or Facebook in addition to listed sources or searched-for websites. Flud’s real draw is its ability to connect with other users and “flud” (or share) content you like. If that is something that appeals to you, Flud will be your new favorite; if not, you’re better off with other apps.

What is it about?

★★★★★ Private social news feeds for teams in companies

App Details

Version
3.30
Rating
(1917)
Size
7Mb
Genre
Business Social Networking
Last updated
July 31, 2010
Release date
July 31, 2010
More info

App Store Description

★★★★★ Private social news feeds for teams in companies
Set up secure company news feeds, share stories with co-workers, and Flud stories from all across the web in your browser with our bookmarklet.

How to use Flud
Now, marketing teams can easily share stories and ideas from the web, HR teams can share company-wide memos and every co-worker can have access to competitive intelligence while also reading news from their personal favorite sources, securely on their mobile device.


Features
☆ Flud articles you love and share with followers, connect to Facebook and Twitter
☆ Create a Reading List of interesting headlines and access it in the office, at home or on the road
☆ Email stories or share internal information privately and securely
☆ Flud iQ lets you discover your influence in your company and become a credible source of information
☆ Play video, view images, read stories
☆ Find other users who share your interests in news, blogs, and topics
☆ See what others are reading with the Activity Feed

Flud was named Best UI design of 2010 by Fast Company, was called the future of news by NBC San Diego and has been featured in other publications like The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Mashable, TechCrunch, The Next Web, Gizmodo, Forbes, Fortune, App Advice, and many others.

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