Welcome to Material

Setting up the Material app is as simple as logging in to your Facebook or Twitter account. Read full review
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Adjust your interests

The sliding menu on the side shows all of your interests. From here, you can also search for new interests to add or delete any that you no longer want. Read full review
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Stories broken into categories

Within your feed, you can swipe up or down to see thumbnails for stories within a single category. Read full review
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Jumping around

Swipe left or right to move between the different categories. Read full review
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3.5 stars

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Trimmed-down articles

Tap to read a story, and you'll get a bare-bones version with text and photos. From here, you can scroll up or down to go between stories or simply hit one of the navigation keys. Read full review
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See the full version, too

To jump to the Web version of an article (within the Material app), just hit the double-arrow button up top. Read full review
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