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  • Category: News
  • Released date: 04/21/2011
  • Current Version: 2.1
  • Seller: Navanit Arakeri
  • Recommended Age: 4+
  • Download Size: 1174704
  • Last Update: 07/22/2011
  • Requirements: iPadWifi, iPad23G, iPad3G, iPad2Wifi

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Read hand-picked magazine articles on your iPad. Palimpsest presents a personalized stream of interesting articles and stories from popular magazines such as the New Yorker, Vanity Fair, The Atlantic, and many others.

"Palimpsest is a great app for anyone looking for curated long reads." - 148Apps

"If you like to go in depth with quality literature and articles, you will appreciate Palimpsest." - AppAdvice

You can enjoy reading every article as a beautifully formatted and customizable text overlay on top of the original article. This distraction-free version removes all the clutter and lets you focus on and enjoy the content in the article. The original website is pre-loaded in the background as you read the text-optimized version and you can explore and browse the original article with a single tap.

Palimpsest personalizes the selection of articles presented to you based on how you voted (thumbs-up or thumbs-down) on previous articles. While Palimpsest is best enjoyed with an internet connection, every article is available for reading offline and you can enjoy Palimpsest for days at a time without connecting to the internet.

FEATURES:
- Read multiple beautifully formatted (text-extracted) magazine articles every day.
- Discover new and interesting articles based on how you vote.
- Browse and explore the original article and website with a single tap.
- Read new articles even while offline for days at a time.
- Send to Instapaper or share articles via email.

Articles on Palimpsest are ephemeral. Once you start reading a magazine article, it lasts until the end of the day or until you decide to read another article. When a new story is presented, it simply overwrites the older one.

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