Browsing Is Key To Content Discovery

A close family friend once told me that she always reads the first and last page of any book she’s thinking of reading. This is the way she picks out a reading list. My mom calls it “tasting”. Some might call it cheating. I call it browsing. We often associate browsing with bookstores or libraries, or nowadays, even databases. We’re natural browsers. It’s a crucial component of how we discover information and…

A lot of you have requested Google Plus support be added to FlowReader in our feedback forum, and we have definitely placed adding a Google+ home stream on our roadmap. (Hey, we’d like to add a whole lot more than that!) But here’s the truth: we’re just not ready for that moment yet. So, until that day comes, we’ve got a solution to help you out. In today’s post, I’m going…

A Short History of FlowReader

The FlowReader we launched in June 2013 was very different from the initial idea we began with and like any project, it went through a series of stages and changes before we released the public version. I won’t say, the “final product” since a web application is really never finished or perfected. It is continually evolving and growing according to the demands of its users and its market environment. In…