Independent software developer, Piotr Byzia today announces the release of StackReader 1.0 for iPad. Stack Exchange is a network of Q&A sites covering a variety of topics. Think of it as a combination of Wikipedia, Digg, forums and blogs. It's an online gathering of experts, and they love sharing their knowledge with you. With our app you will never miss any interesting question or answer again, it's like an RSS reader for Stack Exchange Network.
Each site in the network has its own dedicated community, which aims to provide curated content within area of their expertise. Topics range from programming through photography to cooking (and almost 100 other topics).
- Access to all Stack Exchange Network sites (including most popular ones: Stack Overflow, Server Fault and Super User) on your iPad
- Follow your favorite tags, people or questions matching any search queries
- Browse questions grouped in several categories
- Built-in browser to access all functionality not yet provided by Stack Exchange Inc. (like asking questions, answering, voting, commenting)
- Offline access to questions and answers
- Native iOS app, with its look & feel, sorting, searching, and sharing the most interesting questions by e-mail,
- Retina display ready
StackReader 1.0 is $2.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies, introductory price) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Reference category. Review copies are available on request.
via PR Mac