QuickApp: my6sense "Digital Intuition" RSS Reader for iPhone


my6sense [Free - iTunes link] tries to solve one of the biggest problems of the information age -- with so much data coming at us so fast, how do we sift through it and find what we need, when we need it? Using what they dub "digital intuition", my6sense pays attention to the news you read, and then tries to figure out, and present to you, what's more important.

Transparent on the user end, and displayed in the built-in, full featured RSS reader, my6sense "just works" (we're guessing using a combination of artificial intelligence algorithms and mythical news pixies). If you give it a try, let us know how well it predicts what you want.

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Rene Ritchie

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QuickApp: my6sense "Digital Intuition" RSS Reader for iPhone


I'll stick with google readers webapp. You'll never get an app to beat it unless they launch Vigo for iPhone

@Oboewan There is an app called LetMeKnow that lets you configure RSS feeds to receive push notifications. It pushes you twitter, weather, stocks, etc. Great App

Downloaded it and love works pretty well a little slow updating . But for a free reader I give it a 6.5 out of 10 .

I've been using this app for a few months now & I absolutely love it. I've used google reader with my RSS feeds for a few years, but find this app filters the junk out much better for me...it's finding really relevant articles for the work I do for my clients