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Dedicated to highlighting the latest and greatest in personal technology, SlashGear covers everything from cutting-edge tech gear to the latest digital lifestyle trend. Distinctive, informative and fresh, we will keep bringing you device information and reviews you can trust as well as thought-provoking commentary.
All the news published from SlashGear in real time, complete with Features, Reviews and Columns categorization.
In-app video streaming and image gallery of reviews, unboxing, hands-on and press events.
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Major design changes since 2.0.0
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(* version 2.2.1)
The application requires network access to download data from SlashGear and we do not collect any User ID or login credentials.
What's New in Version 2.2.1
Not as good anymore
I used to like this app. There used be interesting content and relevant news. But now it appears to have evolved into something mediocre mainstream and boring. On top of that they try to recommend products and apps of questionable quality, I find it hard to believe that they really think what they say.
Clunky app. The disappearing window that snaps as you scroll is horrible. From a UI perspective it's laughable. Take a look at the BGR, Engadget, Verge, Register apps for inspiration. All different, all superior to Slashgear's app. Your content is great, please improve your app to match it!
Great app, easy to use, up to date