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Quora overhauls iOS app in version 2.0
Wednesday, November 14, 2012 @ 4:04pm

Q&A service Quora has released a major update of its iPhone app, v2.0. Aside from now supporting the iPhone 5, the app uses a new interface said to get "out of the way" during use, for instance scrolling the search bar offscreen. Search is nevertheless said to be easier to access, and three times faster.



Another important addition is the ability to both answer and follow questions anonymously. The feed now supports continuous scrolling, and sharing to Facebook and Twitter should be simpler. Quora 2.0 runs on any device supporting iOS 5.0 or later.

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