Google Current Goes International, Allowing Publishers To Share Content In 38 Languages

Posted on Apr 12 2012 - 5:50am by Editorial Staff

Back in December Google launched Google Currents, an app for Android and iOS device that lets you explore online magazines and other content with the swipe of a finger. The Current team update that brings the magazine and RSS feed aggregation platform to app store outside of the US. Since in order to break the international silence, bringing the content from round the world, Google has cooked Google Translate directly into Currents allowing the publishers to share content globally in order to have it auto-translated in up to 38 languages. With version 1.1, articles and the like will be updated and streamed to you as you browse. Offline reading is still available and functions as it always has, but getting content quickly while you’re connected is a nice touch.

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