Google announces Google Currents for Android devices
Google has rolled out yet another new Android application today, pulling the curtain back on their Google Currents. Designed for Android tablets and iOS devices, the app works much like an RSS reader but in a much cleaner and more magazine-like manner. While Google Currents provides access to a number of online magazine publishers it can also be configured to allow for RSS, video, and photo feeds, Google Reader subscriptions, and even public Google+ account streams. Should you need a little something to read or catch up with, there’s also a trending tab to help discover new things based on your taste.
Every Edition is provided free of charge and will sync to your account across multiple devices. And as if that was not enough, Google Currents will work offline and cache information for you ahead of time.
Download Google Currents for free in the Android Market for any device running 2.2 or higher.
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