Your personal newspaper

Once you've spent some time with Thirst for iOS, the app will remember your favorite topics and give you a customized layout of the topics with colorful photos. As you continue to use the app, your newspaper will adapt to your changing interests. Read full review
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Explore topics

The Explore section is where you start out. All you need to do is start touching topics you like and the app will remember to add those to your newspaper. Read full review
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Navigation menu

You can quickly switch between Explore and Newspaper by opening the slide-out menu in the upper left. Here is where you can look at previous discussions and perform a search if you want to get specific about the news you want to see. Read full review
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Article view

When you drill down to a topic, Thirst displays the latest articles from around the Web, and you can use the tabs at the top to discuss them with other users or check out what people are saying on Twitter. Read full review
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Check the chatter

The Chatter tab displays the latest tweets on the subject at hand. You can add your own, retweet, or reply to tweets from within the app. Read full review
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