Scoop.it 4+

Curate the best content

Scoop.it Inc.

Designed for iPhone

    • 1.6 • 5 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

Scoop.it helps professionals and businesses discover, curate and publish great content to get visibility online.

Discover and publish content on the go with the Scoop.it iPhone App:
- Discover awesome content on your topics by reviewing your suggestion lists and the topics from other curators
- Select, edit and publish posts in the same engaging visual format as on the Web site.
- Share your posts to all your social accounts on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn...
- Also curate and publish posts directly from Safari mobile

What’s New

Version 3.5.1

Fixes some layout issues

Ratings and Reviews

1.6 out of 5
5 Ratings

5 Ratings

GoldstoneNS87 ,

Make it easy!

"You can lead a horse to water...but give yourself a chance to have the horse drink from that water by at least taking down the 10ft barrier that's blocking it's path first!!"

Sign up on-line! Why can't you have it so you can sign up through the app?

I am not going to invest time in going to your web page (with probably no mobile friendly version) signing up and then logging into the app. I don't even know if this is what I think it is or if it's any good. So why should I go to the website? I am just saying.

Make it easy and "they will come"

Colin Warhurst ,

Incredibly useful

Scoopit as an app is great for updating your news (scoops) on the go. The app does what it says on the tin.

However, suffers from same limits with keywords as the website version. If it was possible to get a fully functioning iPhone friendly 'scoop it bookmark' or web browser to find and scoop your own pages, that would be incredibly powerful.

As it is though, does its job clearly and without bugs or crashes.

watling1 ,

I like It for Following A Topic

Scoopit is great for finding information on topics you are interested in. Its a bit like a magazine of enticing articles. I don't think it does much for those who do the scooping because, at least using the free version, there is no way to add links other than the headline link to the original articles and you can't put ads in either. So it is purely a labour of love for them.

App Privacy

The developer, Scoop.it Inc., has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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