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See also a San Francisco based start-up is a brand new iOS app that allows you to discover and share online content and “re-imagine” the web based on your specific interests. With Theneeds, users can keep up on the latest news and articles, access the best services, and experience the web in a way that is custom fitted to the things you love most. From news to shopping and music and sports, Theneeds brings you the best of the web, as seen through your eyes, in one convenient mobile app.

Just a few days ago, was officially launched and we were there for the one of a kind launch party at San Francisco’s Harlot nightclub. The launch party hosted roughly 300 guests, and included a “mega raffle,” a live DJ, and special party favors for every guest who downloaded the app at the event. launch party was a great success, and a unique opportunity to meet the team behind the app, network with people from across the mobile app space, and for a lucky few, win some great raffle prizes.

For those who have not yet downloaded Theneeds iOS app, we highly recommend giving it a try, especially if you’ve grown tired of seeing the same memes and viral videos in your Facebook feeds. Theneeds makes it easy and convenient to find all of the content that interests you, as well as interact with likeminded people. To learn more about Theneeds, visit their website at



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