Paper.li has introduced a simple Web application that can help turn Twitter streams into a daily online newspaper, to provide users with a daily summary of their Twitter streams and allow them to customise their daily read with topics of interest, TheNextWeb.com's Jeff Bajayo reported today.
This application helps find other newspapers by topic, share the Twitter newspaper via the retweet feature, keeps followers informed about your interests, and explores the Twitter field in a new way.
The content populating mechanism of Paper.li is different from the popular feedly plugin, which pulls content from the sites added. With similarities coexisting in the form of a magazine-like page being created by both applications, this tool aggregates the most interesting articles of the day onto your newspaper, by presumably calculating the number of retweets, according Bajayo.
"The design isn't too shabby or cheap," he opined, and gave the example of his paper, created using the app. Users will be notified via e-mail about the availability of their newspaper and others' newspapers as well.