From e-books to Reddit to breaking news, these apps will help you stay on top of the stories everybody is talking about.
Never miss another of Reddit's famous AMA interviews with the Ask Me Anything app.
Everyone from Woody Harrelson, Neil deGrasse Tyson, and President Obama have participated in Reddit's popular AMA interviews, where commenters can submit questions for the chance for a direct answer. Since Reddit can appear cluttered and confusing for new users, Ask Me Anything organizes the interviews in an easy-to-peruse format, even alerting you to new AMAs and allowing you to explore past ones, too.
Tweetbot is a fantastic way to customize your Twitter experience. With two extra tabs that can be tailored to your liking, it's simple and easy to stay on top of all incoming activity on Twitter. An extra bonus is the ability to mute people without unfollowing them.
Paper by Facebook combines your Newsfeed and current events in an elegant way.
Paper by Facebook is a new way to ingest all of the stories you see on Facebook, whether they be from your friends or a newspaper. Paper features an incredible attention to detail, getting rid of the clutter of your Facebook Newsfeed and instead focusing on the pictures and words of each post. You can post directly to Facebook from within the app, or customize the topics you'll see with a nifty carousel that lets you mix culture, science, news, and whatever other topics are up your alley.