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Reverb Collections: Now It’s Your Turn

by Katie  |  Posted March 13, 2014

We have some exciting news!

While collections have always been a part of Reverb —  for instance, our editorial team had a lot of fun making this Pizza in the News collection — now you’ll be able to make collections too.

Reverb Collections is a quick and easy way for you to build collections around your favorite articles and topics. For instance, you can gather all of your favorite recipes together in one place —

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— and keep up-to-date on current events.

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Plus, Reverb recommends articles and topics related to those already in your collection to help grow your collection, deepen your knowledge on your favorite topics, and find even more interests for you to explore.

Finally, just like with everything else in Reverb, you can share your collections via email, Twitter, and Facebook.

So how do you get started? It’s easy. Once you find an article or topic you’re interested in, just tap on the Collections icon —

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— and give it a description.

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Tap Done, and you’ve created your first collection!

Reverb Collections are another way that we’ve set out to create the most effortless, personalized news experience for you, giving you more of what you want to read and less of what you don’t.

Reverb is available for the iPad for free in the iTunes store. Give Reverb a try today!

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