Are you sick of all the fake news floating online tainting your mind with misinformation? Well luckily, there’s a way to avoid shady articles and bad stories. Enter, Slangwho – a multi-platform, content news aggregator curated by mobile users.

Today the company has announced the launch of its distraction-free news sharing app for Android and iOS devices. So now you can easily get informed just by taking your smartphone out.


Slangwho aims to minimize distraction while you’re reading your news, by sending social media alerts and sponsored content into the background.


Basically the app offers a clean, elegant feed which delivers relevant content which is selected based on what users discover and share.


Today we’re bombarded with second-rate information that doesn’t offer anything of relevance, so finding worthy news has become more and more a chore. Due to the increasing number of news sources, it’s now extremely complicated to separate the bad ones from the good ones. And that’s where Slangwho wants to give a helping hand.


With the new app, users work together to build a trust-worthy news database. New comers can find new users and content sites to follow by importing their contact lists from Facebook and Twitter.


Once you identify an article worth sharing you can do within the iOS and Android share extensions. The news feed has a skim feature which allows user to view at a glance the most important content of the day without having to open the full article per se. Articles of interest can also be bookmarked for later reading.


Slangwho claims it utilizes a special algorithm, designed to determine the authenticity of the news source and successfully keeping fake news away from your news feed.


The app is available for download for free from the Google Play Store and App Store.

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