Digg Finally Arrived To Android With Reader Support

After Digg Reader went live, we heard that Digg would come to Android. However, after waiting two months since the news aggregator as well as social news service launched Digg Reader and the companion iOS app, now the company has released Digg for Android platform along with Reader support.


Digg announced its app for Android on August 29. As the Android app has arrived completely with the Digg Reader functionality, so you are able to find news on the Digg.com homepage, Digg Reader as well as integration with other services including Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Google+ and so on. You can save any story to Pocket (formerly known as Read It Later), Readability, Instapaper. You even can share these with any of the apps that are already in your Android share menu. If you want, you can also have Digg auto-shared to Facebook. In addition, this app allows to organize RSS feeds and other sources according to the most popular items across the Social Internet. You can also sort feeds in folders.

If you have been using the web-based Digg Reader and waiting for the Android companion, then it’s time to grab a download of this app from the Google Play Store link.

Courtesy: Droid-Life

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