Written news was first delivered by an elaborate courier service used by the Pharaohs nearly 4,500 years ago. About 2,300 years later, Romans would post public announcements via bulletins carved in metal or stone. Fast forward 1,600 years to the first monthly handwritten gazette published in Venice, the forefather of modern newspapers, which didn't become commonplace until the early 17th century.
The rest is history. Radio, television, and finally, the dawn of the digital age.
Now, newspapers struggle to stay in circulation, magazines have become staples of waiting rooms rather than home coffee tables, radio is used mainly as filler while we sit in traffic, and television has become a mess of reality shows and biased "news" channels. And we have the digital age to thank for this.
With the internet came blogs and online journalism, and anything from CNN to reddit can be used as news sources, which are available whenever we're in front of our computers. As of this year, smartphones overtook sales versus older "feature" phones for the first time worldwide. As such, these phones have become our new go-to for instant news and information.
But there are literally thousands of news sources, so where do you get the best information?
Drippler helps you make the most of your Samsung Galaxy S4, or any other popular smartphone or tablet, making sure you never miss out on the latest updates, rumors and news. While you can always use their website, device-specific apps allow you to never miss a beat.
The Drippler app has an impressive list of features to keep you up-to-date on all your latest news.
- Highlights: browse the most popular updates and apps.
- Notifications: adjustable notifications so you can stay on top of your news when you want to.
- Desktop Widget: never miss a beat with a widget on your home screen.
So there you have it...an impressive app to help you stay on top of all the latest and greatest in the world of the Samsung Galaxy S4. I encourage you to download it, because you don't want to be last to know about the latest GS4 update or potentially dangerous lockscreen exploit.
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