Lovin’: Paper.Li


Whilst doing the usual morning scan of Facebook, I came across a sponsored link to a new Twitter app which grabbed my attention; it’s called Paper.Li.

Despite seeming a little gimmicky at first, I was pleasantly surprised to find just how nifty it is. By simply authorizing the app to access your Twitter account, Paper.Li organizes the links shared on your Twitter stream into a newspaper format, which makes it much easier, quicker and more visually appealing to read.

Although it’s a little limited in functionality (and takes a little while to load the first time round), it’s a good way of getting a general overview of the links you and your followers have been sharing. Unfortunately, it can only be refreshed once daily which is a bit of a shame, but the idea has lots of potential. Go ahead, give it a try and let us know what you think.

For more info on Paper.Li, have a look and what The Next Web and have said about it too.


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