Your morning routine may look a lot like mine: Open your emails. Quickly switch over to Twitter. Check BBC News. Read the latest on Medium. Browse The Atlantic. Look through Instagram. And before you know it: it’s been 30 minutes, your coffee’s gone cold and the deadly combo of open tabs and unread emails are steadily growing in size.
Now imagine that you could find everything you’re wanting to read in one place. Panda’s simplifying the way you stay on top of it all with their free news reader. Bringing together the best of the design and tech, you can stay up to date on the latest news without having to waste time jumping from site to site.
Panda allows you to create a custom homepage for all of your favourite websites, at a glance. Whether you’re go-tos are Dribbble and Techcrunch or Reddit and The Verge — you can pick and choose the feeds that make sense to you.
Plus, you can create the perfect personal browsing experience with the 9 different layouts they’ve designed to arrange your news. And you can save specific articles or inspiration to look at for later — so you don’t miss out on the latest.
And Panda’s not just offering articles to read up on. Built with designers and coders in mind — they also offer a visual experience, which is where Unsplash comes in. You can now access the entire Unsplash library, right in Panda.
Access the Unsplash library in Panda
- Click on Add feeds at the bottom of the lefthand sidebar.
- Type Unsplash into the search bar.
- Click the Add button to add Unsplash to your feeds.
- Browse Unsplash photos right in Panda, and click on any image to download the photo on Unsplash.
More on Unsplash Partnerships. This partnership with Panda is part of our continued mission to enable creativity by making quality visuals openly accessible.
1314 partners including Squarespace, Medium, Dropbox, Trello, Adobe,Google, Sketch, Square, InVision, Typeform, PicsArt, WeTransfer, BuzzFeed, support this mission by officially integrating with the Unsplash API. 🔥