Finally, Digg's new website is up and running with some of the best content. It is officially back!
According to Appolicious, "The new Digg doesn’t steer too far from its original mission, delivering the most interesting and talked about stories currently happening on the web. However, it’s far more streamlined and simple now. The app lets you read stories in a clean, mobile-friendly format, and allows for offline reading so you can stay up on what’s trending even if you’re not connected."
The best thing about Digg's newly renovated user interface is what really sets it apart. When you click on a link to read an article, the app opens the article in a native reader, rather then send you to Chrome or Safari to then open in Reader. This is a much better user experience as it provides faster and easier to read content. Check out the screenshots of an article below.
Once you are in Digg's Reader, you can see its social media stats and the original URL of the author.
You also have the ability to share the article from from the Reader, no switching applications or loading another one within Digg.