LabRdr is an experimental offline news app that learns what you like to read as you use it, and delivers a package of Guardian articles keyed to your interests twice a day, in time for your commute. It was created by The Guardian Mobile Innovation Lab, a team in the Guardian US newsroom exploring storytelling and delivery of news on small screens. Their work is supported by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. LabRdr features: - You'll get alerts for your reading packages twice a day, at times you specify, for your morning and evening commutes. - Reading packages are accessible both on and offline. - The length of each reading package is based on the duration of your commute. - LabRdr tracks the categories you read, then uses your most frequently read topics to recommend articles for your next reading package. - View your reading patterns in the Log.