By Nirvana Tikku
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Stand on the shoulders of Q&A Giants.
Stack-Ed is an educational tool that was created to equip you, the user, with the ability to discover popular questions and their answers from the most reputable contributors on various Stack Exchange sites, segmented by topical areas (tags).
With 100 different Stack Exchange sites ranging from technical questions on Stack Overflow, Mathematica, or Game Development to questions on Photography, Cooking and Languages, Stack-Ed harnesses the best of the best offered by the Stack Exchange platform.
Stack-Ed allows you to
> Search and select a Stack Exchange site that powers Stack-Ed
> Search and select a tag within the Stack Exchange site, and see the top answerers
> Select an answerer and see their most viewed and voted on questions
> Select a question to see the question and answer content in a single view
> Favorite questions per site and retrieve them conveniently
> Keep track of questions you've viewed
What's New in Version 1.3.0
Added the ability to filter answerers by time period (all time and last month).
Not very useful
Sure the style and UI is cool, but it's just poorly designed. The tags aren't even in alphabetical order. I messed around with it for 10 minutes trying to find "questions" and only could locate "answers." You can't even log in and clicking on profiles opens a safari tab.. Not worth downloading.
Great app to read topics in SO
Have some time to learn about any topic? Use this app to read top questions on any particular topic on StackOverflow. Great app with user friendly navigation which looks great on iOS 7. I use this app all the time.