Tuesday, October 23, 2012
I already talked a bit about why I find Timehop so interesting back in January. One thing I left out of that description (which in retrospect is essential) is the mobile nature of the usage.
My morning Timehop email continues to be a great 1-2 minute long nugget of content. I consume this email 90% of the time on my mobile phone. It’s perfectly formatted for easy consumption in iPhone’s mail app.  It’s a great way to start the day, and the length of consumption is well-suited for my shorter attention span when bouncing around in a mobile setting.
So, I was delighted to see that yesterday Timehop launched a mobile app that further refines that quick-consumption, on-the-go experience. Give it a try by downloading Timehop’s new mobile app here.

I already talked a bit about why I find Timehop so interesting back in January. One thing I left out of that description (which in retrospect is essential) is the mobile nature of the usage.

My morning Timehop email continues to be a great 1-2 minute long nugget of content. I consume this email 90% of the time on my mobile phone. It’s perfectly formatted for easy consumption in iPhone’s mail app. ¬†It’s a great way to start the day, and the length of consumption is well-suited for my shorter attention span when bouncing around in a mobile setting.

So, I was delighted to see that yesterday Timehop launched a mobile app that further refines that quick-consumption, on-the-go experience. Give it a try by¬†downloading Timehop’s new mobile app here.

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