Browse the top news. Save for later reading. Read it later offline. All your links.
Zholink provides a central place to collect the latest news, which can be easily saved for later reading. People who enjoy reading the news or blogs will appreciate an app that collects article links into their reading list. It also saves articles for offline reading for when traveling to places with no network access.
If you subscribe to daily news alerts or notifications, but you can’t keep up with them or you don’t have the time to read it now, this app will help organize what you want to keep for you. You won’t need to send links to your email or your social media as a reading reminder. You can save time by collecting what you want to read, and deleting the rest. Many people install multiple apps on their mobile devices, some of which give breaking news alerts and notifications that distract them from what they’re currently doing. When an enticing headline appears, they often stop what their doing and open the app to read it now for fear that they might not remember later a story that caught their interest. This can troublesome for people who need to keep their attention focused on their current activity.
For news junkies and information gluttons, sometimes it can feel like drinking news alerts from a news feed firehose. News reader apps list all the recent links from each RSS feed that they're subscribed to. With Zholink, they can filter out the top buzz they don’t care about, and save only the articles that they want to read later. It saves their time when they don’t have to go back and skip over other links just to get to what they’re only interested in reading.
Zholink organizes links in multiple ways to help people find stories faster, rather than having to scroll endlessly through search results or a seemingly infinite news feed. Tags are tied to actual Wikipedia topics, so they have specific meanings instead of ambiguous meanings. Reaction lists tie links to the way people feel about articles, which are more specific than just a general “like.” The left half of the link lists are “public links” which are the trending crowdsourced links from all the users. The right half are “my links” that the user has saved. Both are organized similarly to help users quickly find what they’re looking for.
Features of Zholink:-
- Multiple link lists organized in different ways to find links faster
- Easily share news to Zholink for reading later
- Trending news and recent news in public link lists
- Tag and rate links into related lists
- Download news, stories, articles, and blog posts for offline reading
- Effortlessly find collected content; spend less time searching
- Views for different screen sizes, including tablets
Download your links for offline reading so you'll have an interesting reading list while you're waiting in line or traveling where WiFi may not be available.