Aside from the Digg buttons and widget generators that Digg recently made available as part of the preparation for the launch of its redesigned page, the social bookmarking site has also released a new iPhone app. And mind you, it’s a pretty cool and useful app that brings in all the Digg good stuff that we all enjoyed and have grown to love through the years.
In fact just a few hours after it was released, the new Digg for Â iPhone suddenly goes to the top of the iPhone Apps Store’s “news” category. Â We don’t have exact download figures yet, but the fact that it went to the top of the apps chart is an indication that iPhone users are digging the new Digg app.
If you haven’t downloaded it yet on your iPhone, now is the right time to do so. If you’ve loved Digg.com, I’m pretty sure you’d also love this Â Digg iPhone app. Why? You can watch the attached video above demonstrating the many cool and touchy features of the Digg app.
Digg for iPhone app lets you browse lists of recent content, search for the topics you care about and save stories to check out later. You can also join the usual Digg curation fun by Digging and burying stories and comments right on your iPhone. You know what’s great about this iPhone app? It interface well with the touch screen features of the iPhone. And if your scanning and browsing the highly active Digg storyline, you’d notice how easy it is to so by just tapping and swiping your iPhone’s screen.
In case you’re not aware, Digg for iPhone app was created by the folks at TapTapTap. And to celebrate the release of their app, the group is giving away free iPads. Here’s how you can grab one of this most anticipated mobile device.
Originally posted on March 25, 2010 @ 4:29 pm