Last year we launched Evri for iPad, the first topic-based news discovery app for iPad. And about three days later we started hearing the question, “When are you guys coming to Android?” Honestly, we just didn’t know. We do want to be on as many devices as possible. And we built the core of our [...]
A big congrats out to Hot Studio for being recognized and celebrated for their design efforts in 2011. Evri teamed up with Hot Studio last year to develop Evri for iPad and we’re excited to be a part of this great success. Hot Studio took home HOW Magazine’s “Your Best Work” design award as well [...]
Last week we had a hardware failure that briefly took a bunch of our servers offline. It’s not the kind of thing that makes us happy, but like it or not this stuff will happen. Handling it well is part of what it means to run an online service. We responded quickly, got our servers [...]
Learn more: Evri for iPad: this time, it’s PERSONAL!
A few months ago we proudly launched the first topic-based newsreader app for iPad, Evri for iPad. We were thrilled to get so many great reactions to the launch (including some very kind words from Macworld!) And nothing has been more satisfying than watching more and more users discover the app and share it with their friends. [...]
Seems like just last week we were celebrating the debut of Evri for iPad, the world’s first topic-based newsreader app. And in fact it was! But we’re still hard at work building out some great new features and making sure that everything is running smoothly. Today our first update went live in the app store. [...]
Social networks are undoubtedly changing the way we discover, consume, and distribute content on the Web. And the proliferation of newsreader apps like Flipboard and Pulse has made information more accessible – and consumable – to a huge audience that never even heard of RSS. But although it’s easy today to follow people and to [...]
When it comes to gaming, there’s no such thing as one-size-fits-all. Some gamers will spend a whole weekend with their friends replaying an entire NFL season on the PS3, but still mock the idea of ever setting foot on Little Big Planet. And even if you’ve poured two years of blood, sweat, and guild raids [...]