StumbleUpon recently released an entirely revamped iOS application for iPhone (News - Alert) and iPad. iPhone and iPad users will now be able to use the StumbleUpon app to unearth stimulating articles, extremely funny videos and treasured photos among others, from millions of Web pages suggested by people with identical tastes. The revamped app also provides information regarding the most-searched contents and activities of friends and Interest specialists, thereby assisting users to locate the extremely well-liked and applicable content on the Internet in a simplified manner.
In a statement, Cody Simms, VP of Product at StumbleUpon (News - Alert) said, "We have completely reimagined StumbleUpon on iOS to bring a fluid and innovative feel to discovery. StumbleUpon turns your iOS device into a really fun way to be surprised with creative, informative and entertaining stuff from the infinite sea of content on the Web."
The navigation has been completely reorganized in the latest release of StumbleUpon app, thereby allowing users to spend additional time uncovering and sharing fabulous content from across the Internet. The app features toolbars at the top and bottom, which allow users to Stumble, rate and share the stuff. Users can now view the stuff on the full-screen, as these toolbars involuntarily hide themselves.
The app provides faster stumbling, as users are now provided a tiny peep into the recommended page, even as the page loads in the background. Users can scan through these tiny peeps, known as Slides, for rapid browsing of suggested information.
The latest dynamic home screen of the app allows users to discover the tremendously appreciated content on the Internet along with stuff suggested by friends and Interest specialists.
Every StumbleUpon user is provided custom designed stumbles. The latest version of StumbleUpon has revealed StumbleDNA, a color bar that will be available on every user's profile page. StumbleDNA will offer a dynamic illustrative depiction of the individual's blend of likes on StumbleUpon. The exclusive StumbleDNA will change colors whenever users rate content through StumbleUpon, thereby corresponding to the users’ developing interests. StumbleDNA can be evaluated by users for comparing likenesses and dissimilarities among members of the StumbleUpon community
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Edited by Brooke Neuman