Here’s a little gem that I’ve seen everywhere. River News is a free smartphone app that allows you to instantly see the latest and most relevant news from across the river. There is a wealth of information and you can easily see the stories you want.
Ive seen river news on the iPad before, but I have to say that the iPhone version is much, much better. It doesnt even have the same feel. Ive been using it and have been impressed.
There is an iPhone version, but Ive heard it is not as well developed as its iPad equivalent, to the point of being useless. A review of the iPad version is in progress, and I think I can go ahead and say that the iPhone version is far superior.
I have to ask, what the hell is this app? I can see what you are talking about, the iPhone version of river is far superior. Its more than just a news app, it has a wealth of information, and all of it is easily accessible via the App Store. It also has an incredibly intuitive interface. It doesnt take long to figure out how to use it.
The iPhone river app is far superior to the iPad version. I could spend an entire review talking about this, but I think I will just focus on the iPhone version and the improved design of it. The iPad app is far more of a glorified website than the iPhone version. The iPhone version is far more of an app to look at. I just hope that after spending 5 minutes playing with the app, I actually have a better understanding of river and its purpose and how it works.
When it comes to river apps, I can’t really compare them to the app mentioned above because they’re so different. The iPhone version allows you to jump right into a river and see what’s going on. The iPhone version is not a website. The iPhone version is a webapp. The iPhone version has a lot more functionality. The iPad version is not so much a river app, but a website. The iPad version has a lot more functionality.
Another way to think of it is that river is a place where people go to get away from their problems. Its a place where you can go to escape from the chaos that life is in the middle of, a place that allows you to get away from the stresses of daily life. Its also a place where you can find the happiness and contentment that you so sorely need after life’s stresses.
I guess I’m speaking from a place of a bit of a pessimism, but I think the iPad version of the River app will be much more functional than the original. It’s not just going to be a website where the content is mostly text. It’s going to be a website that allows you to input your data in a form. There are going to be ways to save your data in the app, to link your data with your Facebook pages, and more.
I think this is a great idea, and I can’t wait until the iPad version of the app comes out. As it is now, you can’t read the text of the app (or the website) due to the screen being too small. I think it will be much more functional, and I’m looking forward to testing it out.
The whole point of the project is to allow the users to input text/data on the website in the app itself. There are going to be a lot of features that can be accessed in the app, like the ability to save it for later. I think there will be some sort of interface that will allow the user to save their data to the app itself, which can then be synced with Facebook.