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Each sections Slider page shows you one tile at a time, as it rotates to a new tile in slideshow fashion. Sliders are there for you, when you just want to kick back, and look at the news. Eating a meal, and can't scroll? Not a problem when on a Slider page.
From the ground up, Snaglr has been designed with mobile in mind. Every single page, and section has maticuliously been looked over, to ensure it functions, performs well on a mobile device.
The Snaglr community is built specifically to feel like a social network. As Snaglr grows, the community will become more engrained in how Snaglr functions, and how news and content is shared among members.
We are continuing to innovate, and think of new ways that Snaglr content should be accessible. We have a lot of features that are non-existant in other content aggregators. We hope these features will be enjoyed by all who visit.
We've spent an emmense amount of time tooling Snaglr to be the best it can be. Many iterations later, we're finally here. Enjoy many years of development, and consider sharing Snaglr.com with your friends and on social networks.
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