Roundup – Social News


Roundup is a social news reader that keeps you updated about everything that matters to you in one beautiful news feed.

Upon first launching Roundup you will be asked to sign-in with either your Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn. You can sign-in with as little as one network or you can choose to add all three. The more networks that you connect the better that Roundup can work to round-up personalized news feeds. Once you’ve signed-in to your desired networks Roundup will then begin populating your feed based upon things that you’ve like on your chosen networks. This news feed will be full of articles that Roundup feels you will be interested in based upon the likes and comments that you and your friends share on social media.

The main news feed of Roundup is where your personalized news will live. Scrolling the screen will bring you through numerous articles that Roundup feels you will find interesting. Once you’ve found an article that you’d like to read swipe left-to-right to open up that article in a beautiful reading experience. Each article is pre-loaded and is stripped of its web interface in favor of Roundup readability interface. This means and you won’t see any ads or useless information, Roundup shows you only what’s important.

At the top of each article you will see the estimated time it will take you to read it. There are also options for you to bookmark the article, share it to Facebook and Twitter, Email it to your friends, and even share it with most apps installed on your device. If for some reason the article isn’t displaying correctly you can tap on the Chrome icon at the top to load the web page to view it as it was intended. As an added bonus, this web view is also pre-loaded so you can view the article offline if need be. Swiping from right-to-left on the article will bring you back to your news feed where you can being searching for more articles to read!

Let Roundup deliver the content that you’ll love to read. Download for your Android devices in the Google Play Store!

Download Roundup – Social News on the Google Play Store
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Stay informed. Stay connected. NewsDrift brings together all your favorite news sites, blogs & social networks, for FREE. Drift through news articles from different sources in a fun and intuitive manner. Save your favorite news articles for later reading. Share interesting articles. You see, NewsDrift doesn’t just promise an amazing reading experience – it delivers on that promise.

Download NewsDrift Android App
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LikeHack: personalized news


Tired of scrolling through post after post with links to articles you’d never read? With LikeHack you control what type of news is filling your feed.

Download “LikeHack” for your Android device here.
Visit the official website of “Likehack” here.

Stop scrolling through the clutter in your social media, just using LikeHack – the personalized social news reader!
– Read only best handpicked stories every day;
– Keep all stories you liked or shared;
– Be in touch even without an internet connection (Pro Account is needed).
How to get started:
1. Install the LikeHack app;
2. Sign up with your Facebook or Twitter account;
3. Connect all the things you read and check on a daily basis (social accounts, blogs you read, RSS, etc);
4. You will be notified by e-mail when your account is ready to use;
5. Read the best, skip the rest, keep content on your fingertips!



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Apps to Aid Hurricane Sandy Relief


Hurricane Sandy Relief Apps Podcast Coming Soon!

Here at Dailyappshow we are beside ourselves as we watch what has happened on the east coast of the United States due to Hurricane Sandy. Being on the other side of the United States we feel a bit helpless in situations like this. As I was thinking about all that has happened as I tried to fall asleep last night I thought to myself, apps could help in so many ways. I wonder if people are even thinking about this? When you are going through a devistation, an app might not be the first thing you think of. The truth is that there are many great apps out there that can help people through this. Just on the top of my mind are navigation, list making, survival tips, relaxation and so many more apps that could help people in certain situations.

In photos I saw online of people who were evacuated to somewhere safe, I saw people on their phones and tablets playing games and watching movies. You can count on the fact that people made it out with their smart phones and tablets. In their down time they may be searching for apps to help them out with certain things and you can bet their loved ones are searching for things that can help them too.

Below is an ongoing list of apps and their categories that can help during this time. We will do our best to add to this list and keep it up to date over the next few weeks. If a developer offers their app for free, we will make sure to list it in bold.

This list will be updated periodically, so check back as the list will grow quickly.

Our prayers and best wishes go out to those effected by Hurricane Sandy.

Jerad Hill – DailyAppShow

Hurricane Sandy Relief Related Apps

Below is a list of apps and their categories. To keep the list organized we will list apps by device. At this time we have access to apps for iPhone, iPad, Android Phone and Android Tablet. We will try to get access to apps for Windows Phone as well.

iPhone Apps



Calcmoolator – Help budget your finances
Simple Receipt

Route4Me – Improve Multi-stop Driving Routes
ParkBud – Have to leave your car somewhere?
Localscope – Connect with what’s around you
My Mates Private Friends Network

Social Networking
SocialCam – Social Video Camera

Onavo – Manage Data and Prevent Overages
Download Meter
SOS My Location
Best Flash Light!


Weather Live

Health & Fitness
React Mobile

Places Around

1-Click Flashlight

iPad Apps

Apps Dedicating Funds to Hurricane Sandy Relief
Pirate Scribblebeard

A tale of a snowflake

Calcmoolator – Help budget your finances

Route4Me – Improve Multi-stop Driving Routes

Skitch – Take photos and make notes



Android Phone Apps

First Aid – American Red Cross
Music Therapy for Sound Sleep

Skitch – Take Photos and make notes
Quick Voice Reminder

HotelTonight – Get a hotel for now!
Distress Signal
Guard My Angel
Transit Times +

Accuweather – Keep up to date with the forecasts
The Weather Channel
Hurricane Software – Hurricane Tracker


iHear Network


iHear Network is a social news reader. It’s similar to such iPhone apps as Flipboard, FLUD, and SpokenLayer. You can use it to read and share content from Facebook, Twitter, and Pocket (formerly Read It Later). What’s more, you’re not confined to just reading the latest news! That’s right. You may also listen to articles and posts as your phone speaks them aloud using Text-to-Speech (TTS) technology.

Download – Free