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Apple iPad Zite Magazine App Released

There’s a new magazine application for the Apple iPad been launched on the App Store called Zite, which apparently is aiming to take news reading on the iOS tablet to the next level by dragging news articles not just from online sources but the users GoogelReader and Twitter accounts as well.

According to an article over on Ubergizmo and by way of Mashable, the Zite app for iPad is unique as the app learns from what the user reads, such as the stories you favourite, stories you click on, articles you rate up, rate down, and avoid.

Apparently the Zite iOS app learns from the users behaviour with different articles and as such delivers articles what the app thinks you’d like and doesn’t load those articles the app thinks you wont be interested in.

The Zite app for iPad apparently gets better over time, and just so you can check out the Zite app in action we have a introduction to Zite video for your viewing pleasure below, so don’t forget to check it out.

For those Apple iPad users who wish to grab the Zite app you can download it as a free download to your iPad by hitting up iTunes, and if you do feel free to let us know how you get on.

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  1. Although I like Flipboard a lot, I think Zite is doing a better job at aggregating content I find interesting. Its algorithm seems very smart as Zite has already found tones of relevant articles from niche publisher I never knew existed.

    I put together my own little review with some demo videos, step-by-step explanation of how it works. I also talk about how it differs from Flipboard, News.me, Reeder and other news aggregators.

    You can check it out here: Zite – Personalized News on Your iPad