Google Currents is available now internationally Google announced on Google Mobile blog. Google Currents is a magazine-style news application that allows you to read content from local as well as international publications. Google Currents launched in last December is available in US only till now, now it is available wherever Apple Appstore and Google Play Store are available.
The app already has nearly 400 publisher additions and over 14000 self-produced editions in US alone, with the international launch that number will go up. Publishers can add content to the app through Google Currents Producer, publishers can set where their content will be visible.
Bloggers and Readers can also add their favorite blogs to the service, the added content is automatically converted to Currents editions. You can add RSS feeds, video or photo feeds, public Google+ streams and Google Reader subscriptions to Currents.
Google translate is integrated to the service, so if publishers want they can enable auto translation feature for their content, that way readers can read the content in their preferred language.
With dynamic sync feature users will always have access to fresh content, Google says fresh content is delivered when you open each edition using minimum of battery, bandwidth and storage of your smartphone or tablet. Google Currents also supports offline reading, users can choose which editions they want to store for offline reading.
Currents editions are listed in Library tab, you can add publications or blogs to your library. The other tab â€œTrendingâ€ shows currently trending article in Google Currents. Articles cab be read by swiping a finger, you can continuously swipe to read many article in editions. Try this app it make reading articles effortless with intuitive interface and it nicely optimizes the content for your screen. Currents is a great app for those who follow news continuously. You can share the articles through Google+, email, Facebook and to other social networking sites.
Source: Google Mobile Blog