Interesting for iPhone updated for iOS 7, adds Reddit, Dribble, more robot smarts!

Interesting 2.0 wants to bring you the best news from around the internet

Interesting, an app that curates thousands of articles from various sources across the internet, has just been updated to version 2.0 Now iOS 7-only, Interesting 20.0 has added support for Dribbble and browsing Reddit. There are six sections to read in Interesting, Design & Technology, News & Politics, Entertainment & TV, Sports, Dribbble's popular posts, and Reddit. Pull-to-refresh loads new stories as available. Articles and movies can now be viewed in landscape orientation as well.

The biggest change in version 2.0 is the addition of Reddit browsing. By default, you are presented with the front page of Reddit, but you can view different subreddits by tapping the face in the top right corner of the app and selecting Enter a Subreddit. The face menu also lets you return to the front page, as well as enter you Reddit credentials. You can now browse comment threads with a new, native comment view, which you can tap to collapse.

Interesting 2.0 is now available as a free update for existing users, while new users can grab it for $1.99.

Joseph Keller

Joseph Keller is a news reporter for iMore. He's also chilling out and having a sandwich.

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ericesque says:

These guys must be trying to keep up with the Chrome team -- rolling out 18 releases in the time it took to type 29 characters. Now THAT'S fast!

That first/second sentence... #corrections

GeniusUnleashed says:

Joseph, do us a favor and just glance at it once before uploading.