Dec 08 AT 3:19 PM Anthony Domanico 122 Comments

Google Currents now live in the Android Market


A little over a month ago we told you that Google Currents, Google’s Flipboard competitor, was coming soon. Though most of us were expecting Google Currents to launch tomorrow, Google Currents has been pushed to the Android Market a bit early, and is now available for all who want to give the service a try, if you live in the U.S.

Google Currents is an application that allows you to consume various types of content in an interactive and social way. The service takes online news sources, magazines, RSS feeds, and social networks and presents it in a visually appealing way for you to consume and share with your friends and followers.

We’ll bring you a more thorough look at Google Currents as we’ve had time to test out and digest the new application. For now, we highly recommend that you give it a go yourselves by heading over to the Android Market and downloading Google Currents. Or, you can read up on Google Currents on the Google Mobile Blog.


Source: Google Mobile Blog

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