Solitaire and other mobile games can be great time fillers, but you can only move so many cards, or kill so many falling stars, before your brain yearns for something more.
Enter Google Currents, the one stop shop for everything you could want to read, watch, and enjoy in a mobile experience. There are breaking stories, sports, science and tech, entertainment, business, lifestyle, and the ability to customize all these categories to suit your unique tastes. Publishers such as Forbes, The Guardian, TechCrunch, PBS, Saveur, and more have produced hundreds of editions including full length, in-depth articles, videos, fine photography, and slideshows. And with the 4.7″ high resolution HD display delivering vibrant visual clarity on your DROID RAZR HD by Motorola, you’ll be doing your eyes a favor too.
In the latest update, the user experience has gotten even better, with a fast scan navigation mode that lets you quickly swipe vertically to discover unread stories within an edition, swipe horizontally to move to the next edition within a category. Or, use the “sidebar” to jump ahead to a specific edition. If you see a story you find fascinating, but don’t have the time to read now, simply “Star” it, and it will be saved for later reading in you personal saved stories edition. And on top of all the great content built in, you can add your favorite blogs and feeds, to make Google Currents, Your Currents, all with the look and feel of a beautifully produced magazine.
Each edition is available for high speed offline reading as well, and has quick-touch sharing, so your friends can be as enthralled as you were reading about the twin NASA probes readying for a Moon crash Monday on Space.com. Google Currents self-adapts to differently sized phones and tablets, with subscriptions synchronized across devices.
Google Currents – a reading experience not to be missed. No wonder it was named a top ten Android app by the New York Times, The Next Web, SlashGear and others.