Stylist on your iPad c/o Google Currents
So, I regularly read Stylist when it’s available at my local tube for getting up to date with what’s going on in the world of Fashion. However, sometimes I don’t always manage to get to read it or get the latest one for some reason or another. Enter Google Currents…
Google Currents is an app on the Apple / Android app stores that basically takes some of your favourite publications (Stylist, Forbes and many more) and turns them in to tablet or smartphone versions.
It’s simple, straightforward and easy. Just how I like my Apps. Whilst there are a few other alternatives out there, Google pulls trends based on your preferences and displays these news articles. I was using AOL Editions before, but this seemed to be limited on the publications that were available.
Check it out now at http://www.google.com/producer/currents
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