Engadget Distro was a tablet magazine from the editors at Engadget distilled look at a week’s worth of Engadget news, and to enable. The latest Tweets from Engadget Distro (@EngadgetDistro). Our tablet ‘zine may be gone, but not forgotten. Relive our past here and be sure to keep up with us. About the News (Handheld Devices) category. Mobile sites or Apps developed specifically for handheld devices for the distribution of recent happenings.
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Engadget has just launched its new magazine iPad app called Distro. Yes, it’s from the same stable as Huffington Post, but even if we weren’t raised in the same family, we’d still take a shine to this free weekly magazine. The new app delivers a weekly round-up of curated Engadget content covering gadget and technology news. Like a good old fashion magazine, it has an easy to use contents page plus you can collect editions of engadget and tack them via Bookshelf.
Topic: distro articles on Engadget
It’s not complex, it’s not confusing, and that’s what we like about. It’s a straight down the line magazine, laid out much like a traditional mag.
Distro is a casual dip into the main things going on in tech, designed for delving into while you’re sipping a much-deserved glass distr red on a Friday night on the couch. Hit a link on the contents page and head straight to the article you choose, or pull up the nav at the base to flick the whole mag.
Distro is out today. Because AOL never stops releasing new products, we also want to bang on about Editions, another iPad app we genuinely rate. While Distro is a classic magazine design, Editions is unlike any app magazine we’ve seen before.
The tech guys were fizzing over this, but in a nutshell, it’s a distri personalisable daily magazine that draws dstro all AOL content, making no two editions of Editions the same. You can customise it to your postcode, it remembers what you like and makes suggestions and you can tailor the way it looks too.
So if you love fashion, but you also love space, you can draw in just the right mix of both to suit your taste.
Distro: New Engadget App | HuffPost UK
Love travelling but not to hot countries? You can filter that kind of thing out too.
The only downside to having a completely customised magazine app is that you lose the beautiful serendipity of discovering something fresh that changes your world view. Of course if you have awful taste, you’ll be desperately trying to see what your friends’ Editions look like.
Engadget Distro Issue 11 is go! Download it now
The answer to that of course, is trash your preferences every so often for a new look at the world. Get top stories and blog posts emailed to me each day. Newsletters may offer personalized content or advertisements.