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Google launches Google Play Kiosk, its «Flipboard» that combines Google Play Magazines and Google Currents

Google Play Kisoko

Google has just presented its new proposal so that users can access and stay up to date with the information offered by our favorite sources of information through our smart mobile devices and Android tablets through Google Play Kiosk. Basically it is the combination of Google Play Magazines and Google Currents in one application, in the style of Flipboard, since as the ad itself indicates, the more we read, the better the content that it offers us according to our interests.

Google Play Kiosk It has about 1,900 publications, between free and paid, allowing us to subscribe to different newspapers by subscription as The New York Times or The Wall Street Journal, among others, and keep track of different magazines, blogs, or even news sites. Thus, with a single swipe, we can access complete articles with multimedia content if they incorporate them, and that, in addition, we can consult them even if we do not have an Internet connection or add them to our bookmarks for subsequent reading. It goes without saying that if you have already installed it on your Android terminal, you can follow our content from there.

IOS users will have to wait a little longer, since as Google indicated to TechCrunch, it will be launched for this platform at the beginning of next year.

Users in Australia, Canada, the US and the UK will see how Google Play will see the section Google Play Magazines renamed Google Play Kiosk in the coming days. Regarding the other countries, we can download the Kiosk application for our phones and tablets through Google Play. If we were previously Google Currents users, we can switch to the Kiosk application taking our current subscriptions, which will save us time and we would not start from scratch.