I love to read.
I love to read links shared on Twitter and Facebook.

Problem -> I miss a lot of great links because the news feed moves quickly.
Answer -> Nuzzle lets me discover and read Twitter and Facebook links at my speed.

Nuzzle pulls all the links from your Twitter and Facebook feeds and presents them in a cleaned up and organized manner. By default you see a feed of all the links the people you follow have posted in the last 24 hours. After that you can quickly choose to filter by other time periods including previous days or shorter time periods.

Nuzzle also gives you quick access to other feeds that include posts from people outside your current list of friends. The app curates these into categories like 'News You May Have Missed' or 'News from Friends of Friends.' These additional channels are a great discovery method. It allows access to many blogs you may not have seen in your feed.

Even your cheap friends can get this app, it’s FREE!!!
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...Pièce de résistance is the clean interface for reading.

Those methods of discovery are worth the price (btw, it's free), but the pièce de résistance is reading from the app. Check out the post on Mashable below. The first view is what you would expect in any web browser. The second view removes all the cruft and places the focus on the text itself in a simple, beautiful way.

If you are a big reader of Twitter and/or Facebook like me, then this is a no brainer. Even your cheap friends have no excuse, it's FREE!