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Reading Currents Content

The Currents home screen (see Figure 2) displays a scrolling selection of new articles along the top, and the editions you’ve subscribed to along the bottom. Well, the first six editions, anyway; you’ll need to scroll to the right to view addition editions.

Figure 2 The Currents home screen.

To view new content for an edition, simply tab that item’s icon (see Figure 3). You now see that edition’s home screen. In some cases, new articles or posts are displayed right on this first screen. In other cases, articles are organized into categories; you’ll need to tap a category screen to see all related content.

Figure 3 Viewing the latest stories.

When you find an article you want to read, tap it. In most instances, the full article is now displayed on your device (see Figure 4). To read multiple pages, scroll to the right. (If the full article is not available on Currents, tap the See Original Article button to read the article on its native site.)

Figure 4 Reading a story on Google Currents.

To return to the previous screen, tap the Return icon (the left-most icon on the bottom row). To return to Currents’ home screen, tap the Home icon.

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