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Substack’s New iOS Reading App Lets You Track Your Subscriptions

You no longer need to read Substack articles on the Internet. Substack has announced the introduction of its first mobile reading software for iPhone and iPad. The app will notify you when a favorite writer publishes a new tale, allowing you to track your subscriptions. You will also discover all media formats in one place. If you are looking for new authors, the app can also help you find them. Android device users will have to wait. You can join a waiting list, but it’s unclear when Substack’s software for Google’s platform will be released.

The iOS app should come in handy if you’re an avid Substack reader who’d rather not fire up a web browser just to catch up – it’s arguably lagging behind when rivals like Medium have been offering mobile apps for years. This can be just as relevant for writers, for that matter. They won’t have to worry so much that you might miss an email alert or skip an item when you’re away from your desk.

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