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Scoop.it Launches iPad App to Make You an Armchair Publisher

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Today, San Francisco startup Scoop.it launched an iPad app to help you find content to share with your community.

Brands and individuals can create Scoop.it pages, your own personal publications made up of interesting articles, videos, and photos you find around the web. These pages are useful for content marketing or just showcasing your expertise on a topic.

To find content, the Scoop.it iPad app gives you suggestions from curators and from its recommendation engine, an algorithm that learns what you’re interested in. And with the iPad app, you can literally do this from an armchair rather than sitting at your desktop.

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