Save time and stay on track in your pursuit of knowledge by following the reads of the leading experts and influencers in the topics you’re interested in.
Listory monitors more than 1000 newsletters, curated by experts and thought leaders in areas such as product, engineering, design, startup, current news, politics, and more. It extracts and puts in front of you only those stories that were mentioned and recommended by many experts. You will use Listory to save time and focus only on the stories that matter the most.
You can personalize your experience by following newsletters and thought leaders that curate news and information on all of your interests. The more you follow the better stories you will see in your feed. How is it possible? Because unlike traditional social networks where following more people results in noisier feed to sift through, Listory puts in front of you only the stories that were recommended by many experts.
USE LISTORY TO:
- Access the biggest repository of newsletters curated by experts in areas such as product, engineering, design, startup, current news, politics, and more.
- Save time by focusing on only the stories that were hand-curated by experts.
- Collect stories you like and organize them into lists.
- Create lists and invite friends or colleagues to contribute to them.
- Share your interest with others and become a thought leader yourself!
SOME OF THE CURATORS AND NEWSLETTERS ON LISTORY:
- News & Politics: NYT Morning Briefing, The Skimm, The Morning Brew, The Hustle, Below the Fold
- Business & Finance: CBinsights, StrictlyVC, a16z, AVC by Fred Wilson, Benedict Evans, Abnormal Returns, FemStreet
- Startup & Entrepreneurship: Andrew Chen, First Round Review, OverSharing, Product Startup Tech, Silicon News, Five Links by Auren Hoffman, Both Sides of The Table, Farnam Street by Shane Parrish, Brian Balfour
- Technology & Engineering: Exponential View by Azeem Azhar, Center for Data Innovation, Engineering Growth, Fully Charged by Bloomberg, Future Crunch, Ish By Tars, On Tech, Tedium, Turner Novack’s Blog
- UX and UI Design: Design Brief, HeyDesigner, SideBar, Product Disrupt Newsletter, UX Design Weekly
- Travel: Vox Borders, Scotts Cheap Flights, Hashtag Jetlag, Next Stop, Lonely Planet, Travel Tech Essentialist
- Podcasts and Playlists: MediaREDEF, The Ringer, The Weekly Shuffle, Podcast Business Journal, PodBrief Daily, HotPod, How Curious!
And many more!
NEW: While in For You, a new addition, Content Freshness has been added to further refine your stories! Refine content by 1 day, 1 Week, or any.
When you are reading a story, you'll notice the no-distraction reading mode, so each story has all your attention. Plus, you'll notice on the bottom "Read Later" or "Unread," so whether you'd like to read it now, you could mark the story as read or simply, read later and schedule the story at the desired time.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
All my newsletters in one place. Still room for improvement.
Newsletters are my main source for content. I tried few other apps like stoop and readlet. What I like better with Listory is that not only can I subscribe without putting down my email, but I can evaluate the newsletter and read it without subscribing to it. Also, Listory claims to be a content refinery. They do it by creating a For You feed with stories that were mentioned in many newsletters. That feature has long way to go still but I love the concept of focusing on only the most important stories.
I give 5 starts because I love the mission and their manifesto, but there are still some rough edges that make the experience not as flawless as I’d like it to be.
Developer Response ,
Thank you for your thoughtful review and for sharing our mission!
We sure have a lot of work in front of us, to make Listory the content refinery we envision it to be, and this types of feedback are extremely helpful and helps us get better with every release.
The Listory team.
Huge hub of amazing content
I started to use this app because I wanted someplace to save and organize links. Recently they started to add lots of curated lists and newsletters, and now I find myself using it to also discover content and newsletters I wouldn’t otherwise know about.
On the downside there still some features I’m missing, like sharing a profile or commenting on stories, but it feels like new users and newsletters are added everyday which tells me the app is under constant development. Definitely a keep.
Developer Response ,
Thank you for your support! We do, indeed, add more curators and sources of human-curated content every day.
Also, thanks for highlighting the features you are missing. Both - sharing a profile and commenting, are on our roadmap (which is available and open for feedback in our support forum here - https://listory.useresponse.com).
The Listory team.
My new go-to app for keeping up.
Great app for catching up on the latest articles quickly and easily. I see exactly where this app is going with the “For You”. Listory isn’t a time waster like twitter when finding good content. Also pretty cool that I can save links on the go and add them to lists I’ve created. It’s an all-in-one app for all my online reading needs.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.