To Quora or not to Quora that is the question
by on September 17, 2012
Quora is a site that’s managed to change the way the web does Q&A content, finally making it seem relevant again.
In short: it’s like Yahoo Answers but with none of the idiocy, and this is has something to do with its founders being ex-Facebook employees who know a thing or two about how websites work.
The Android version of Quora tries to tap into the vast community of users that the site has, and taps into questions that you may have while being on the go. It breaks down the content into four sections – there’s the home panel, where most-voted content resides, notifications, an area to browse and also an area for your own profile.
In all it manages to distil the essence of Quora into an easy to use mobile browsing experience, even if it is just really a client for the site.
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