Google's Currents app lets you turn any given website into a scrolling magazine-style layout on Android devices. It's not new software, but the initial release only worked in the US; that's now been changed and you can drop it on your Android device from right here in Australia. The Currents layout can do interesting things to pages, including automatic translation into a variety of languages. It's a nice relaxing way to check out content, whether it's specific sites you add or from Google's trending view. It's a free download for Android devices through Google Play Store. [Google Currents via Ausdroid]
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