Google Currents is updated and supports international

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Friday, 13 April 2012 01:01

At the end of 2011 was introduced Google Currents , implementation competition to give companies like Flipboard in IOS and Android, offering the ability to read news from a large number of websites by way of "magazine" for free. Google Currents were updated to version 1.1 which, among other things, offers international support as it had hitherto been an exclusive application for users within the United States and United Kingdom.

In addition to adding news sources from all over the world, the new Google Currents can present local news according to the region where you are by way of trending stories. Also, another improvement was the integration with Google Translate which, although not always better, could be very useful to translate a fragment or full text without leaving the application. Also, the application now includes support for 44 languages.

The version 1.1 of Google Currents also adds a feature of "dynamic sync", which allows articles to be downloaded instantly when you open the application. The new content loaded "dynamically" Use the minimum possible battery of the phone or tablet, as well as bandwidth and storage space. In addition, users of Google Currents now have the option to download some editions to read offline.

Another improvement that Google Currents received the upgrade was an improvement in speed quite significant. The application is now up to seven times faster than the previous version, an improvement in performance that no doubt come in handy for users. The application can be downloaded for free from the App Store or Google Play .

Via: IntoMobile