Google Currents goes Worldwide– speed increase and offline reading
The elegant, fashionable and free magazine reader Google Currents was just updated today by Google bringing some much needed changes, not to mention Worldwide availability and support for over 44 languages. Being released back in December users have been patiently waiting for an update and additional support and today they killed two birds (or more) with one stone and have released a massive update.
Whatever you’re interested in — whether it’s science (Popular Science, Scientific American, Space.com), sports (Bleacher Report, CBS Sports, Surfer), business (Harvard Business Review, Inc.), celebrities (Celebuzz, HollywoodLife, Now magazine, TMZ), health & wellness (Men’s Health, Yoga Journal), design (Colossal, Dwell) or news (The Atlantic, PRI, Slate) — it’s easy to find a great edition to read in Google Currents.
-Sync speed – Dramatic (7X) performance boost.
-Instant online sync – No need to press “sync”. Just open an edition for latest content.
-Offline reading – Choose favorite editions for offline images.
-International – Currents now available worldwide (in 44 languages).
-Translate – Translate complete editions to your preferred language. (38 languages).
-Trending – Local trending stories provided for US, FR, UK, DE, IT, ES, JP, AU.
Source: GoogleMobile BlogSpot
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