RSS Google "Currents" is now in version 2 on iOS and Android

RSS Google (or Google Currents in English) is an application that highlights content publishers, a bit like doing already Flipboard, Pulse and others. The search giant just announced the release of version 2 of its application on iOS and Android.

For those not familiar with this application, it offers a simple but effective way to consume information fashion magazine on smartphones and tablets, ranging from very reputable newspapers such as The Guardian and LA Times to specialized sites such as Mashable or AllThingsD.

But the application of Google is not limited to RSS feeds, but also displays accounts on social networks. On page Lemon Squeezer, we find eg blog posts, the Google+ stream with Eric and video blog (with the test of Nokia Lumia 920 and Microsoft Surface ).

Many new menu of V2

The sidebar, one of the improvements of this version 2, provides easy access to various channels and categories (entertainment, sports, science and technology, etc.).. The same navigation bar also provides access to news section of each classified by Google News.

Note also improved navigation to move quickly from one edition to another and very useful options like "mark as unread" or "read later". When I write these lines, the implementation is up to date is available on Google Play but not yet on the App Store.

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