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This article was published on December 20, 2015

Relevant for iOS adds more context to its card-based interface

Relevant for iOS adds more context to its card-based interface
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Relevant, an app that recreates Google Now’s card scheme for iOS, is getting a bit more contextual based on your location and — wait for it — relevant information.

A new feature called Deep View ‘chains’ cards together. Cards that may be relevant to one another will be chained, which makes it easier to get information faster. Relevant says Deep View is live with the Weather, Product Hunt, Soprts, Nearby and Calendar cards.

The new Smart View mode, currently in beta, takes your location and time of day into consideration before feeding you information. In theory, it would do things like show you cards for movie times if you’re near a theater (even if you didn’t know it was there) or reviews for nearby restaurants.

New cards are added all the time, so if you’re tired of dipping in and out of apps to get information, try Relevant.

Relevant [App Store]

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