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Google Currents app officially replaced by Newsstand

Google is rolling out the latest update for the Currents app. Or maybe more accurate, Google is in the process of rolling out the final update for the Current app. The update is telling users they should check out Google Play Newsstand. There is a bit of information for existing Currents users, but essentially this is the Currents RIP notice.

Flipboard comes to Android as Galaxy S III exclusive

It's finally here! Samsung has just unveiled the impressive new Galaxy S III here in London, and one of the exciting inclusions (along with 50GB of Dropbox storage) is they have an exclusive with Flipboard for Android. Flipboard is a highly popular social news reader similar to Google Currents, Pulse, News360 and many others and until now was only seen on iOS devices. Check it out in our hands-on video below.

Google Currents goes international – gets huge speed increase and offline reading

The beautiful and free magazine reader Google Currents was just updated today by Google bringing some much needed changes, not to mention international availability and support for over 44 languages. Being released back in December users have been patiently waiting for an update and additional support and today they killed two birds (or more) with one stone and have released a massive update.

International users can get in on Google’s new Currents app with leaked APK

We're just now starting to get a peek into Google's new Flipboard-style news service, Currents, but unfortunately non-United States users can't download the app from the Android Market. Luckily, they don't have to: a kindly XDA-Developers member has posted a leaked version of the international app. It looks like just about anyone outside of the fifty states can get in on the action, so head on over there to give it a try.

Android Community and SlashGear on Google Currents — A new way to view your favorite site

Google has just announced their new Google Currents project. In case you aren't familiar with Currents that link should have all the details. This is basically a magazine-esque format RSS reader application only with a better UI and an overall awesome experience. It's a new way to browse and read your favorite sites and RSS feeds and hey, Android Community and SlashGear are both already in Currents -- Check us out!