Want an instant, simple way to stay up to date with the most important and emerging tech news? SNATZ can help. SNATZ recommends tech articles and trends that fit your interests — even if your tastes and interests are obscure. It’ll also filter out the stuff you don’t care about, even if those stories are popular.
SNATZ, which launched its Web version last year, organizes news in several sections. The ‘My SNATZ’ section is updated every four hours based on the type of news you want to hear; only the top 12 news items appear in this section at any given time, which means you’ll never get overloaded with news again. If you want to check out the most popular stories of the day, SNATZ also features a ‘Trending’ section, which shows the latest and most-read tech articles from across the web by day, week or month.
SNATZ also automatically syncs your news across all devices so you’ll stay up to date, no matter where you check the news. You can even enable push notifications for the stories in your ‘My SNATZ’ section, and easily share any stories that catch your eye on social media including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Digg, Pinterest, Reddit, and Google. You can also save articles on Pocket and Evernote.