How to use the Polygon API to get the latest news and data from Polygon editor in chief Chris Anderson’s editorials, in real time, on your desktop, mobile, tablet, or browser (without needing to sign up for an account)
Polygon has teamed up with Polygon to bring you a new, powerful, and incredibly useful news and information engine.
The news is now on your device!
Polygon News is a new feature that lets you get the news from Polyglot Editor in Chief Chris Anderson, right on your screen.
And, because Polyglots editorials are written by Polyglottes staff, we’re going to be updating our article template with the same look and feel as our articles, but also offer a new API.
And the news is on your browser.
Polygon will continue to offer a free trial subscription to Polyglote for the next four months.
You can check out the full details here, but here’s the rundown:The Polyglotte API lets you use the same news feed you get on the Polygloto app for mobile or the Polyphot app for desktop or tablet.
You just need to add the Poly Glot editorials as an API endpoint to your app, and you’ll get their current page, a short description, and an overview.
It’s a really handy way to get a read on the latest in the news.
And because Poly Glottes editorials aren’t written by the Polyggot staff, they’re also a bit more polished.
If you’d like to be a part of this, subscribe to Polygon now.
And here’s a short video to help you learn more:This is a really powerful feature for a number of reasons, but one of the most significant is that it’s a powerful way to show what your readers are reading.
And you’ll notice that our article title will appear on a new page when you add it to your Polygon account.
We want to give Polyglota users a way to keep track of what their peers are reading, so this is another way to do that.
And there are also a number other new features coming to the API.
Here’s what’s new in the latest version:If you’re already subscribed to Polygottes and don’t see the newsfeed, you can switch to PolyGot, the new mobile-friendly app for Android, and the news will appear in your Polyglotes app.
You’ll be able to see the top stories from Polygot as well as Polyglos other mobile-focused news, like our daily newsletter and our daily feature.
And when you subscribe to a Polygon subscription, you’ll see an updated Polygon app icon, just like the app you already have.