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Mobile apps and interfaces by John Taggart

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Presented at Reference at the Metcalfe 7 May 2013

Presented at Reference at the Metcalfe 7 May 2013


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  • 1. Mobile apps and interfacesbyJohn TaggartManly Library
  • 2. More tools
  • 3. 2.1 blog
  • 4. Source: Tooling up for web 2.0: together, alone Perry, Joseph, Forsyth
  • 5. 22 October 2008Android MarketopensJuly 10 2008Apple App storeopens
  • 6. PulseAvailable on:Android & PCiOS & Mac
  • 7. Why do I like it?• Clean simplenavigation• Easy to send infoanywhere.Why do I use it?• Technology• Gaming news
  • 8. FlipboardAvailable onAndroid and iOSBrowser bookmarking
  • 9. Why do I like it?• Flicking throughheadlines.• Diverse collectionof resource lists.Why do I use it?• Source for newsarticles.
  • 10. Flipboard
  • 11. twitterAvailable onAndroid and PCiOS and Mac
  • 12. Why do I like it?• Super easy to use• Quick dose of news.Why do I use it?• Tweets are theheadlines• Dont like it, dontread it
  • 13. Google Reader(greader)Available through appsand web aggregators.
  • 14. Why do I like it?• Simple basic andfunctional• Only see the newsI wantWhy do I use it?• Following anythingof interest to me• Library news,• Music etc.
  • 15. July 1 2013
  • 16. feedly Reeder (iOS) PulseFlipboard taptu digg (June)
  • 17. Source: http://blog.digg.com/post/47705350604/what-you-told-us

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