Last Updated on March 7, 2013 by New-Startups Team
Keeping track of your friends is pretty easy with all the social media options they have to share. Favorite moments are captured on Instagram, what their thinking is on Twitter, and everything else is on their Facebook pages. But what if they were featured in the NY Times? Unless they post the link boasting their acclaim the acknowledgment can get lost in the mass of information flooding our lives everyday.
Newsle tracks the “real news”. Link your account to Facebook friends, LinkedIn connections, and favorite writers or people you just want to be updated about. When they make the news, Newsle makes sure you know about it by focusing on “real news” and ignoring social noise. The news herder combs the web analyzing 1 million articles every day, discovering every major news article and blog post published online, as well as the most minor one. Their algorithm then determines if the article is talking about the person you want to know about and presents its findings.