Google stops news app Currents




Google stops its news app Currents. An update of the app will block the use of the app. Instead, Google directs users through to the kiosk of his own Play Store. Currents were only slightly less than to use. A year in the Netherlands

Google Currents stops Currents is an app that allows users to subscribe to feeds from news sites and which can then read, but with an update that Google released Wednesday, the app became unusable, say users. The app does not work and Google directs users through its own service to Play Kiosk .

Users do not lose their data: as users log in with their Google account, Play Kiosk information feeds can take Currents. Both apps are designed around the same, but Play Kiosk is linked to Google’s Play Store and therefore has to pay an easy option.

Currents since December 2012 in the Netherlands and Belgium and the Dutch version works for nearly a year. Google put the app since 2012 standard in the firmware for its Nexus devices, and the app is also available for iOS.


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