Photography Articles on the ZITE iPad Magazine

ZITE is a personalized iPad magazine that, as the publisher claims, gets smarter as you use it because it fine tunes the articles it presents based on your reading preferences. I have been pleased with the photography and other articles I have found in it.

Here is the description from iTunes and the URL to go directly to it.

Zite is a personalized magazine for your iPad that automatically learns what you like and gets smarter as you use it. Zite gives you personalized news, articles, blogs, videos and other content from a variety of both mainstream and niche publications and sites. Zite can personalize by syncing with your Twitter or Google Reader account or on its own.

· Personalization that works automatically as you use, read and view content-you don’t need to do anything for it to work.

· If you have Twitter or Google Reader you can sync your account to give the personalization a boost before you start using the app.

· 1000’s of magazine sections to choose from using a smart auto-suggest tool-if you want to create a personalized magazine that’s about motorcycles, cats, and vegetarianism then that is your choice.

· It’s optional, but you can thumb up and down content, or say you want more on a particular topic or from a particular source so your sections become even more personalized through your selections.

· Share content you like to Twitter, Facebook and via e-mail.

What’s New in Version 1.1.2

★ Send articles to ReadItLater, LinkedIn, and Evernote!
★ Jumpstart your personalization by linking your ReadItLater account!
★ Refreshing new logo & icon!

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