Flud for Android Released, Honeycomb Support On the Way

If you’re looking for a great news app, we may have some good news for you. Flud for Android was released recently, and it’s packed full of some pretty snazzy features. Users can choose what kind of news appears in their feed, which helps with organization and not being overwhelmed with news that goes unread. Flud takes this one step further than most news apps, with the Fluders. “Fluders” refers to the people that read news through Flud on a regular basis. Fluders constantly influence what articles make it to the feed, which guarantees that users get the best news experience possible.

Of course, Flud includes sharing options via Facebook, Twitter, Gmail, and more. The Flud blog has promised Honeycomb support in the near future, as well as a web app in the next few weeks. Early reports show that users are loving the clean interface of Flud for Android, and it’s easy to see why. So if you’ve heard enough, and want to give Flud a shot for yourself, you can download it by using the box below. Has anyone tried Flud yet? What are your thoughts on it? Drop a comment below!


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