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- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
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GeekByte serves every geek their daily dose of tech brunch in a gorgeously geek design. GeekByte syndicates feeds from many popular sites including Ars Technica, All Things Digital, Boy Genius Report, Crunch Gear, Engadget, Gizmodo, Lifehacker, LiveSide, Mashable, Pocket Now, Read Write Web, Slashdot, SlashGear, SlashPhone, Switched, TUAW, Tech Crunch, Wired Gadgetlab, WP Central, WM PowerUser, Windows Phone Team blog and a lot more of your favorite tech blogs. HIGHLIGHTS The stunning design and layouts will blow you away! Pin favorite channels to Start. Popular sites like Engadget, Gizmodo, RWW, ZDNet in international editions & languages like ES, DE, FR, IT. FREE TRIAL allows you to experience GeekByte to a great deal, sans persisting settings. TRY IT OUT TODAY! DISCLAIMER GeekByte is an XML feed reader crafted around tech blogs, and is not associated with any of the channels included in the app. All content is owned by the respective publisher, and what is displayed in the app is only the feed content shared at publishers’ blog.
3/24/2015Excellent. One of my main go to app for all my tech news.
3/11/2015Good tech app. To keep up with the latest tech stuff
3/7/2015I use this app multiple times a day. Love it. 5 stars no questions.
1/27/2015One of the top Tech news app on Windows Phone.
1/25/2015Looks sweet, blends in real nice with Metro, fast also
1/3/2015Awesome. Totally awsome
11/21/2014I love the app, I wish it had a live tile but otherwise topnotch...
10/24/2014App needs a serious update. Constantly crashes, constantly shows the articles loading dots at the top of the app even though articles have fully downloaded, crashes after resuming all the time and needs the ability to add sites manually too. If we can't manually add more sites, please update the list of sites with more common tech sites. Needs Windows Phone 8.1.1 support!!!
10/14/2014Great app, love the design. Just confused as to why it uses so much data.