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comment Google Currents vs Google Reader
Hmm now that you mention it, I haven't thought about the "Mark as read" functionality. I guess Currents doesn't actually mark the posts as read. Reader has widget much like the Gmail and Calendar widgets while Currents doesn't. Though the Currents app does look a lot prettier (with scrolling images of new posts in your subs), you have to read it like a book by swiping side to side while Reader is traditional scrolling. Seems to be mostly UI differences though. Thanks for the answer.
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comment Google Currents vs Google Reader
Well there's a Currents app and a Reader app (and you can use the browser too like Gmail, Maps, Youtube)... both of which pretty much does the same thing. Just found it weird to have both apps from Google do the same thing though I see that Reader is more flexible since you can use it on a computer.
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