You are interested in software development and would like to find an app, which offers really interesting tech blogs and has no articles full of commercial crap? Now you've found one! You're welcome.

- No more mainstream tech news in your personal feed
- Blog posts written by professionals
- Developer friendly UI design
- You decide what blog posts appear in your personal feed
- This app is completely FREE OF CHARGE

I've added the following awesome engineering blogs and tech news websites for you:
- Coding Horror
- Dropbox Tech Blog
- Facebook Engineering Blog
- Google Testing Blog
- InfoQ: Software Development News
- Instagram Engineering Blog
- Spotify's Engineering and Technology Blog
- LinkedIn Engineering Blog
- Martin Fowler - News Feed
- Netflix Techblog
- Scott Hanselman's Blog
- The Daily WTF
- Times Open - The New York Times
- Tumblr Engineering Blog
- Twitter Engineering Blog
- Uber Engineering Blog
- Alibaba Tech
- Artsy Engineering
- Trivago Tech Blog
- Pinterest Engineering
- eBay Tech Blog
- Tinder Engineering Blog
- and many more

More tech blogs will be added in the next versions. Please write a review in the App Store about your experience with DevStories App and what blogs would you like to be added next.

What’s New

Version 1.6.9

Thank you for using our DevStories app! We are constantly working on further improvements to make it even better for you. Turn on automatic updates to take advantage of the latest features.

This update contains bug fixes and performance improvements. Also we've added the Heroku Blog.

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
22 Ratings

22 Ratings

EhanZhu ,

Super like it

I will say this app greatly helped me catch the latest tech blogs and pushed me to spend more time on tech relevant useful stuff. Respect the author

um0309 ,

great app with minor bugs

really cool app, but the refresh fearure is not quite working. I downloaded the app a week back and the pull to refresh never updated my home feed beyond the time i downloaded the app. Restarting the app did not help. I had to delete and reinstall the app for getting the latest feeds.

App Privacy

The developer, Pavel Ermolin, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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