“We want to help people become more informed and smarter about topics they care about. We feel most technology is designed to make people’s lives more simple, and make people dumber. We want to do the opposite,” said Sharif Youssef, Founder of DailyMynd
(PRWEB) May 02, 2017
Today DailyMynd is rolling out a data mining news app which also enables users to add creative elements to an article’s title image and change the headline of the story. The app boasts about the ability to “Go Deep” on news and topics of interest with its sophisticated data-driven architecture. It enables users to view and interact with statistics and visual insights about a topic or story. The interactive visual search engine enables users to read the same story across different publishers while also understanding influential keywords, topics, and the importance of its contextual location. The data insights are interactive and can be used to narrow search results. Successful searches can be named and saved as content channels. “We want to help people become more informed and smarter about topics they care about. We feel most technology is designed to make people’s lives more simple, and make people dumber. We want to do the opposite,” said Sharif Youssef, Founder and CEO of DailyMynd.
DailyMynd collects approximately 150,000 articles everyday from thousands of curated publishers that their content team has determined are reputable. It’s designed to provide users with all of the content available for things they like, love, or need to know. DailyMynd is now available in the Google Play Store and can be downloaded on all Android devices. Apple and web app versions are coming soon. It is free to use, and doesn’t include in-app purchases. Although we don’t expect that will last very long.
DailyMynd is the world's first data-driven news aggregating app that enables a user to read, research, and creatively comment on content they like, love, or need to know. Inspired by the data-driven economy and wanting to make people smarter, DailyMynd is designed to provide users with the tools and information to get the entire story while also weeding out what’s fact versus fiction by uncovering hidden insights. For more information about DailyMynd, please email AlanC(at)DailyMynd(dot)com or take a look at DailyMynd.news for media content and information. Download DailyMynd on your Android device today at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dailymynd.mobile