Official Google Reader App Quietly Hits Android
We’ve waited for more than two years for this day. Google officially rolled out their RSS Reader application to Android handsets on Monday yet we had not seen anyone cover it. It’s crazy too, because we know tons of people who have pined for this app forever!
Rather than dropping a simple app with basic features (unread counts, friends, sharing, liking, starring) into the Market, Google opted to add some nifty options to the app. Among the goodies are support for multiple accounts, sync preferences, search, and the ability subscribe and search from the handset. In typical Google fashion, they have added easter eggs harder to discover features to the app which include volume-key navigation, long pressing options for folders, and a send feature to share with other Android apps!
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