It has been a couple of months since Digg launched its RSS reader for iOS. They’ve finally launched it for Android today. The app is now live and available for download. It will display the latest stories from Digg’s homepage as well as Digg Reader. A few features such as “Show Only Unread Items” view, text size, background updating and display mode options are currently missing. Digg says that they’re still testing these features and will add them to the app shortly, it promises steady improvements and updates which will be rolled out over the next few months.
Users can log in to Digg Reader with a Google, Twitter or Facebook account. They can search for and add new feeds which can be organized in folders that can be created, organized and deleted at will. If users want, they can configure diggs to be automatically posted to their Facebook timeline. A story can be shared on a plethora of services such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Tumblr, WordPress and more. Users can sort Digg Reader items by popularity to see which of them are the most talked-out about on social web. Digg Reader for Android is available as a free download from Google Play Store.
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