How to follow iMore on RSS, App Store, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and more!

How to follow iMore on RSS, App Store, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and more!

While we love everyone who visits iMore on the web - we are a website, after all! - we realize that it's even more important for us to be where you are. That's why we make it as easy as possible for you to follow us everywhere and anywhere you may be!

You can also find us on Flipboard under Technology in the Apple section, in Google Currents, and hopefully everywhere else you go on the web to stay informed and entertained. And if we're not somewhere you want us to be yet, let us know in the comments and we'll do our best to get it done!

(And if you want to follow our writers, be sure to check them out on the official iMore about page.)

Rene Ritchie

Editor-in-Chief of iMore, co-host of Iterate, Debug, Review, Vector, and MacBreak Weekly podcasts. Cook, grappler, photon wrangler. Follow him on Twitter and Google+.

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How to follow iMore on RSS, App Store, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and more!

11 Comments

WTF is wrong with visiting a website???????? People really have no lives outside of their phones anymore. So so sad.

I know this is sacrilege, but an Android App would be also be great...the Android central one is pretty good, so just co-opt that!

Why doesn't iMore have its own feed on Flipboard? I want to read your stuff on there but I don't follow all of the other sites and the ones I do have their own feeds.

Sent from the iMore App

Wow, I just figured out how to navigate there. They sure did not make it easy to discover that drill down to where iMore is listed!

Love your discussions, one minor criticism is that it seems to take an unnecessarily long time for the shows to become available through the podcasts on iTunes/Apple TV. Whilst I know you can stream it from the App this unnecessarily ties up one of my devices. I have a cheek I know but hope you don't mind the feedback?

Sent from the iMore App

Not sure what you mean? After a show is updated in our RSS Feed, iTunes processes it at the same speed it processes any other podcast. Usually that's ~30min.

Or do you mean something else?

Thanks for taking the time to reply. I'm a Scot so maybe my use of the English language is lacking. Seriously though, as I said my preferred route is the podcast app on the Apple TV, episodes 358 and 359 show now as just having been released today (8/11/13 as you would put it). Thanks for all your great work.