There are many ways to consume information these days, and keeping up with all the different options can be challenging. You might be wondering: what's the best way to consume information? And how can I ensure I see the most important content without getting bogged down in the noise?
We designed Murmel to be the simplest social media aggregator possible. All you need is a Twitter account, and we'll take care of the rest. You'll receive a daily email digest from us containing the links that Murmel considers relevant for you. You can tweak when and how often you receive those digests. If you are eager to receive news as it becomes trendy among your Twitter crowd, you can also subscribe to receive alert emails.
Here's a comparison of Murmel with some other popular ways to consume information:
Twitter can be overwhelming. So much information is constantly being shared that it can be difficult to keep up. Murmel helps by curating the best content from your Twitter timeline and delivering it to you in a digest. This way, you can be sure you're seeing the most important information without missing anything important.
Hacker News / Reddit
Murmel is simpler than browsing on Hacker News of Reddit because it delivers content that is specifically tailored for you and your interests. With HN or Reddit, you have to wade through a lot of content you may not be interested in to find the gems you are looking for. With Murmel, the content has been implicitly curated by the people you follow on Twitter and delivered right to your email inbox.
Mailbrew was designed for a different purpose: it's meant to be a flexible tool that allows you to curate your content from a variety of sources. Murmel is designed to be dead simple to use. All you need is a Twitter account, and we will take care of the rest. There is nothing wrong with being flexible, but it can be more complicated to use a tool that is meant to be flexible. With Murmel, you don't need to worry about curating your content or adding different sources. We designed it to be as simple as possible so you can focus on what's important to you. In addition, Murmel uses artificial intelligence to curate the best links for you, so you don't have to do any curation yourself.
Whereas Feedly requires you to add and manage RSS feeds, Murmel only requires a Twitter account. This makes Murmel much simpler to use, as you don't have to find and add RSS feeds yourself.