TLDR Reader  for InFocus Bingo 20 (M425)

TLDR Reader

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  • TLDR Reader  for InFocus Bingo 20 (M425)


Meet the TLDR Reader

InFocus Bingo 20 (M425) smartphone was launched in March 2016. The phone comes with a 4.50-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 850 pixels by 480 pixels. InFocus Bingo 20 (M425) price in India starts from Rs. 4,750.

The InFocus Bingo 20 (M425) is powered by 1.5GHz quad-core Spreadtrum SC9830 processor and it comes with 1GB of RAM. The phone packs 8GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 64GB via a microSD card. As far as the cameras are concerned, the InFocus Bingo 20 (M425) packs a 8-megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 5-megapixel front shooter for selfies.

The InFocus Bingo 20 (M425) runs Android 5.1 and is powered by a 2300mAh non removable battery. It measures 136.80 x 67.00 x 10.82 (height x width x thickness) .

The InFocus Bingo 20 (M425) is a dual SIM (GSM and GSM) smartphone that accepts Nano-SIM and Nano-SIM. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, USB OTG, FM, 3G and 4G (with support for Band 40 used by some LTE networks in India). Sensors on the phone include Compass Magnetometer, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer and Gyroscope.


How to download TLDR Reader form InFocus Bingo 20 (M425)?

  1. Check the Android version to verify compatibility of TLDR Reader with InFocus Bingo 20 (M425).
    Find Android version: go to "Settings" - "About the phone" - "Android version". Make sure TLDR Reader is compatible with InFocus Bingo 20 (M425).
  2. Click the download button to download TLDR Reader in InFocus Bingo 20 (M425).
  3. Once the download and installation are complete, find TLDR Reader in your home screen and tap the icon to open it.

App Reviews for InFocus Bingo 20 (M425)

  • Anonymous
    Cool hidden browser/search
    I've found this app to be a great way to quickly & accurately browse news. But what I was pleased to discover was that I can veer off the beaten path to read things that aren't included in the app two different ways— 1) I can open an original story (using Open original on the bottom left of any story) and I'm suddenly in a browser. In that browser, I can TLDR the story (getting short, medium or long versions) OR, I can type another URL into the browser, go to a story I want to read, and TLDR that. 2) I've found I can use the search feature within the app (it appears when there are no more stories available when you "Find more") and search for anything I'm interested in. I'm not limited by what the app thinks I want to Find more of. I would happily give this app 5 stars if it gave me the search feature and browser to use without having to go through gymnastics to get to them—but I'm still very pleased with it.
  • Joe Smith
    Works Great
    Does what it says. Nice when you are in the bathroom. Not that I would use my phone in the bathroom. And I don't know what those other people were saying. It will shorten pretty much any page. Wouldn't work on Facebook, but other than that.
  • Allison B
    I like it so far.
  • Russ Hedgpeth
    Best summary app.
    Great summaries and the ability to see more similar stories.
  • Joel Frye
    Cool app!
    Well made app. Keep up the great work!
  • dan mahoney
    Tldr reader
    All the news. You need.
  • Tate Van Patten
    Good, not great.
    It does a phenomenal job at summarizing, but you can't add custom sources or share articles from other apps. It is, as of right now, just an RSS reader that you can't add new feeds for, that consists of summaries. There is also no option to remove ads. Update: This was really the only competitor summly and now that that is going away and this is the only remaining algorithmic summary reader, I rate 4.5
  • Santosh Ganjur
    Does what it's supposed to.
    TLDR; people giving this less than 3 stars don't know what tldr (community) is all about.
  • amama kamran
    I love it
  • Jerrod Bailey
    Kind of amazing
    The tech behind this is baffling. This is way better (more efficient) than just getting the first couple of lines from an article. Well executed and good UI for a first version. Would like to see custom feeds in the next version, but happy with the ability to eliminate feeds for now.
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