Looks cool. I think this is more suited to Instagram than Facebook. Even though Instagram is wildly popular, you still don't get to see as much third party tools like they have for twitter.
Also one question :
Would giving permission to post result in the app making postings without my knowledge?
Been using streaks for few days and so far not impressed. App hardly does anything beyond sending reminders. And even reminders are not particularly motivating. They just say "Did you do this today". Uninstalling.
There's no specific reason for going for iOS, it's just that we are more comfortable developing for it. Once we figure out the right product through few more iterations, we will launch the Android version too.
Content is manually curated for now but we plan to allow users to submit quotes in a future version.
Interestingly I uninstalled this app a few minutes ago. I guess I downloaded hotify one and half months ago when I found you guys on AnglelList.
I already have dailyhunt (yes ,the cluttered coming of age newshunt) but I can cope with it. Unless someone makes content discovery 10X better ,I don't want another app. At least not an app which curates from mainstream blogs and media sources. Maybe I am missing out a lot,but the good thing is that I have no time to think am missing out. For niche sites like goal.com and hyperlocal news,it's a bit different. I love the names which popup in hyperlocal news . It's so cool to know about people in my locality whom I might never come to know otherwise !
On a different note, I like curated newsletters . I love those weekly mails that Pocket sends me cause it's just 5 articles based on my consumption history and there is no paradox of choice.
Nothing against you guys ! Maybe I didn't spend much time around hotify to understand or I am not the ideal user you want
@abhaga Hey thanks for the information. We have seen this before and try to avoid taking quotes as much as possible. And since our focus is on articles, videos, podcasts, courses etc. also, we won't be short of content.
Thank you very much for your comments. We are truly glad that you've enjoyed HOKO.
About your mention, if the post is appropriate or not for !Crud, we've tried to follow the Community Guidelines - "The primary rule we follow, is that anything you post should either pertain to the product landscape in India or..." . As India is being seen as top country when it comes to technology, we've decided to post about HOKO as a way of sharing mobile deep linking and create discussion about this subject.