One good thing to come out of digitization is the number of trees saved by dumping paper publications. Magazines and newspapers consume the most paper per year and Magzter steps in to save trees and bring us vibrant digital editions.
Who hasn’t heard of Medium? radically simple and elegant for self publishing. But what really sets it apart from the blogs of yore is the absolute focus on content and never on the visuals and templates.
The latest avatar of Medium for android brings the same experience to your phones. We left very impressed with the simplicity, all the white space makes you think of what you want to write about rather than how to make it eye grabbing.
If you are more of a reader, fret not, there’s an amazing variety of content available every day. If you still haven’t stumbled across Medium, we recommend you try it out. – TheAppCurators
One thing that never seems to go out of fashion since the Gutenberg press is reading. Even in the modern age of screen lust reading has transitioned smoothly to its digital form. Though ebook readers and apps have never completely replaced the printed book, they still occupy a slot in a commuters bag or in a travel kit. We rounded up the best reading apps for android called the ‘reading list’. Whether you read news or literature there is an app to give you the best experience. We have been building these app collections for different interest areas on Brite.li