By AOL Inc.
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The TechCrunch app is the best way to get the hottest technology news on your iPad or iPhone. Browse the latest headlines with a flick of your finger then tap to dive into an unparalleled source of stories about startups and Silicon Valley, gadgets and go-getters. The beautifully designed free app brings you all the news from TechCrunch’s award-winning website and is fully integrated with CrunchBase—the industry leading startups, entrepreneurs and investors database. Meanwhile, the TechCrunch Trending list will quickly show you the stories currently keeping the tech world chatting.
• Free access to all content from the TechCrunch website
• See what’s currently hot in tech with the Trending list
• Comprehensive integration with CrunchBase
• Custom designed interface for your iPad or iPhone
TechCrunch has been obsessively profiling startups, reviewing new internet products and breaking the latest tech news since 2005. The Webby Award winning site is a leading source for 12 million techies and VCs each month, while the company also hosts major industry conferences and events, including the Disrupt series, The Crunchies Awards, and various meet-ups worldwide serving as community platforms for industry conversation and collaboration.
What's New in Version 2.4.1
A daily must-read!
For those working in the startup world, this is a daily must-read. TechCrunch does an amazing job covering the important stories and also those novel never previously told stories that pique your interest. The only complaint - some of the stories come across as simply reprints of PR campaigns. But they too are at times newsworthy.
First Stop of My Day
Tech Crunch is my first go to for tech news in the morning. It keeps me up-to-date with new information and rising trends. It is a must for anyone in education who tries to keep students conversant with all things tech. I use ideas and links from this site to challenge my students everyday.
Why would anyone want an OBTRUSIVE pop-up ad flashed into your face when trying to read an article? Why would an advertiser even want to promote their product this way? Why would a tech news app--the only one left now that Engadget has jumped the shark--lower their standards to include this form of advert? Oh... it's also owned by AOL. Now I see. It's run by the same balloon heads that destroyed the other app. Great job folks. I suppose it was a matter of time.
Banner ads should be enough. You're being greedy. One star until you dial it down.
- Category: News
- Updated: Jun 17, 2016
- Version: 2.4.1
- Size: 45.6 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: AOL Inc.
- © 2017 AOL Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.