Bustle: News, Entertainment, & Lifestyle for Women
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A fast, fun, and easy way to feel connected to everything you care about! Choose from over 100 topics to follow for trending news, GIFS, memes, videos, and more.
• A personalized Newsfeed full of your favorite topics ranging from Sex & Relationships to Breaking News to The Kardashians — and ~everything~ in between
• Live coverage of your favorite TV shows and big events
• Round-the-clock updates by a team of curators working in real time
• Articles, videos, GIFs, memes, and more from great sources all over the Web
• News alerts on breaking and trending stories
• Celebrity takeovers & exclusive tips
• Fun drinking games (you’re welcome)
• ‘Like’ feature allows you to favorite articles so you can read them at any time
• Easy sharing with friends and to social media
The Bustle App is the ultimate cure for FOMO. Get it now!
What's New in Version 9.0
* 50+ NEW stickers added including holiday stickers!
* Bug fixes and performance enhancements
I really enjoy the app BUT....
I really enjoy the various topics I read on the app. They are entertaining and fun to read. Sometimes I want to go back to certain articles but there isn't a bookmark feature or anything that I've found that would allow me to save them or even find them when returning to the app at a later time other than continuous scrolling to try and find something I read a while ago. If that feature can be added I would rate this app 4 to 5 stars!
I'd rate 5 stars if the feed didn't repeat every few posts as I'm scrolling. Please update with this glitch corrected so I'm not rescrolling the same feed several times.
PS I do appreciate the reviewers who mentioned the left-wing bias. I figured it was just something I'd have to put up with. I also unsubscribed to 'Politics' for this reason. Thanks.
It's like a dyslexic sixth grader writes everything
Are you all just so lazy that you can't even take the time to spell check AT LEAST your fricken headlines? Every single day I find simple spelling errors that should be caught. Not to mention the spelling errors and grammar errors in the articles themselves. And don't get me started on the clickbait of their own articles. Such a shame you are giving online journalism a bad name.