If you’re like me, you have a tendency to miss out on learning new things simply because you feel like there just isn’t enough time in the day to sit and read. Unfortunately this means you could be missing out on a new hobby or learning something fun and exciting.
NoteStream is an incredible app that revolutionizes the way you discover and learn new information, one note at a time.
Developed by NoteStream, Inc., this impressive app is unlike anything I’ve ever seen before.
Concept and Functionality:
The goal of NoteStream is to take large amounts of information on a topic and break it down into bite-sized notes that can be read in only a couple of minutes.
While this might sound like a daunting task, the app does a terrific job of delivering information in a way that even the busiest of people can learn something interesting over a short coffee break.
When you first open NoteStream, you’ll be asked to create an account either by email or with Facebook. Once you’re set up, you’re taken to the Explore page, where you can view every topic NoteStream covers.
Topics include lifestyle, travel, food, nature, music, and many more. Tapping on one reveals a list of NoteStreams curated by experts in their field so you can trust the information you’re reading.
Notes themselves are very precise and properly formatted to the app and screen, meaning NoteStream is visually appealing and lacks a messy interface or clunky navigation.
Simply swipe your finger left and right to move between notes. Users can easily add NoteStreams to their personal collection, which saves where they left off. It’s also easy to bookmark certain notes in streams for easy access later.
NoteStream was recently updated to 2.0, which added enhanced notification features so users could easily choose how they want to be notified of new streams released by their favorite authors.
Users can also choose how often they’d like to be notified, which definitely cuts down on noise if you’re subscribed to a bunch of authors.
Also, NoteStream uses a very curated list of authors so users can be certain that they’re receiving accurate information. This definitely impressed me, as similar apps and websites have a tendency to be a “free for all” and anyone can contribute. NoteStream also makes it easy to read up on authors via their biography.
NoteStream is available to download from the App Store for free and is designed for iPhone. Overall, I’m definitely impressed with the app and how well it organizes and delivers information to users.
The goal of NoteStream is to help you learn new things quickly, and it accomplishes it quite well.
I highly recommend giving the app a try if you enjoy reading about things that interest you.
NoteStream requires iOS 7.0 or later and is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5. A small expedite fee was paid to speed up the publication of this article.
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