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Official Google Reader app now available for Android

Google Reader now available for Android, free.

| Mobile Devices News | Posted: Dec 2, 2010 1:47 am

Finally! An official native Google Reader app for Android has been released. It includes features such as volume-key navigation, multiple accounts and sharing.

 

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It also includes full searching and subscribing capabilities - directly from the App. Users can access multiple accounts, sync preferences and share articles with friends and vica versa.

 

Amongst the obvious features, there are cool new things like the above mentioned volume key navigation - which once enabled in settings will allow you to skip through your feeds quickly. You can also long-press a folder or subscription to rename or unsubscribe from it or change folders.

 

As with most Android apps you can press the menu button to send an article to Facebook, Gmail or Twitter.

 

Google Reader is free for Android phones and available in the Android Market right now. For your convenience I have the QR code below:

 

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NEWS SOURCE
Gizmodo.com.au

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