Pipes - Track what you love

Pipes - Track what you love


Pipes helps you track the things you love. Add a pipe for any topic you want to follow, like the World Cup, and watch your screen fill up with articles about FIFA mania. We bring you information from all over the web in one unique feed and update this feed constantly. 

Personalised notifications every time there is a piece of news or update about the event. Of course, we don't want to spam you so you can select how often you want to receive these notifications. And if you still don’t know what to add, give your phone a little shake and we’ll tell you what’s trending.

You now know your Pipes better than ever as we’ve integrated Wikipedia. Just swipe to the Wikipedia tab to get a complete low down. Now that's a gold mine right there! 

But, information is boring if it's boring to look at. That's why we broke our backs and wallets to crack a riveting design. A clean, streamlined interface with stunning visuals adds a whole new life to your Pipes. (Especially if your Pipe is Kim Kardashian).

When no one's listening, we call Pipes a beast of complete information packed in a pipin' hot design. But really, it's just a heartfelt attempt at keeping you connected with the things you love.

Recent changes:
Here's what's new in version 1.2.2

- Better UX across the app
- Fixed requests of drag to load more in place of tap
- Increased smoothness across the app
- Increased Image consistency
- Crashes & other bug fixes
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File size
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About Pipes - Track what you love
Pipes helps you track the things you love. Add a pipe for any topic you want to follow, like the World Cup, and watch your screen fill up with articles about FIFA mania. We bring you information from all over the web in one unique feed and update this feed constantly. 

Personalised notifications every time there is a piece of news or update about the event. Of course, we don't want to spam you so you can select how often you want to receive these notifications. And if you still don’t know what to add, give your phone a little shake and we’ll tell you what’s trending.

You now know your Pipes better than ever as we’ve integrated Wikipedia. Just swipe to the Wikipedia tab to get a complete low down. Now that's a gold mine right there! 

But, information is boring if it's boring to look at. That's why we broke our backs and wallets to crack a riveting design. A clean, streamlined interface with stunning visuals adds a whole new life to your Pipes. (Especially if your Pipe is Kim Kardashian).

When no one's listening, we call Pipes a beast of complete information packed in a pipin' hot design. But really, it's just a heartfelt attempt at keeping you connected with the things you love.

Recent changes:
Here's what's new in version 1.2.2

- Better UX across the app
- Fixed requests of drag to load more in place of tap
- Increased smoothness across the app
- Increased Image consistency
- Crashes & other bug fixes

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A Google User
Sunday 6:08 PM
Purple Jew
A Google User
Sep 15, 2014
Zzzzzz So slow to update. Uninstalled to regain some of my life back.....
A Google User
Sep 4, 2014
Do better! Ang Stratton
A Google User
Aug 26, 2014
Missing numbers everywhere. Nice app, friendly UX, but I found a lot of news articles, from different sources, all had numbers missing (usually following a missing £ symbol too), sometimes with weird symbols in their place. Clicking through to show on Web and their article looks fine, so it's the app. Nightmare to use when you know there are better solutions available.
A Google User
Aug 22, 2014
Horrible user experience Scrolling through articles is slow. The article order randomly changes while scrolling to add to frustration. Simply horrible.