The Washington Post launches Trove, a custom news aggregator

The Washington Post launches Trove, a custom news aggregator

In these last months The Washington Post has been preparing a new news portal, specifically they have called it Trove and it has finally been launched. The portal allows any user to create their own news site, choosing the theme you prefer. The portal consists of more than 10,000 sources of information using algorithms that detect if a person has read and is interested in the article, in this way they build an excellent news site. In addition, they have also launched several applications for devices such as iPhone, iPad, Android, BlackBerry, among others so that we can enjoy the advantages that Trove offers anywhere. On the other hand, they are inserting various social functions such as Facebook Connect that has already been implemented and will allow us to connect with our Facebook account, thus avoiding the creation of an account in a standard way. To use the site, we first have to connect, for this we use our Facebook account or otherwise we register in standard mode, once connected we can review the latest news from the media or, if we wish, create our channel, which Through the theme that we use, we will fill with news. In short, an excellent news aggregator from the great The Washington Post, which is currently in beta but we can now enjoy the benefits it offers us. Goes | Techcrunch