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Enter some search terms and Trapit gathers up news stories from several sources you can quickly browse with a swipe.
When you touch a story in a trap, you get a full-screen view of all the stories related to the subject.
Sometimes the images won't jibe with the story because the app grabs the first image it sees and not always one that goes with your story.
Use the yellowish buttons to the right of the story in focus to share, send to reading list, or train Trapit by using the thumbs-up and thumbs-down buttons.
Do you just want to browse? Touch the Featured Traps button at the top to see several subjects chosen by Trapit and listed by category.
When you want to read a story, Trapit stays out of the way, and you can use the button in the upper left to return to Trapit when you're finished.
Sometimes you just want to save a story for later. Use the controls mentioned earlier to save a story to your reading list, so you can come back and read it when you have time.