Google Currents is the newly launched Flipboard like apps which can convert your blog into a magazine format. This magazine format of your blog can be read on mobile phones, tablet, iPad, iPhone and Android devices. Best part is that converted magazine format of the blog can be accessed offline as well with embedded images. You just need to provide the title and the RSS feed of your blog and that’s all it needs. It then converts the blog RSS feed into a magazine format quite suited for tablet, iPad, iPhone, Android and mobile phones.
Also read – How to convert blog to iPhone apps.
Download Google Currents – Convert Blog RSS Feed into Offline Magazine
Google currents apps is currently available for Android and iOS platforms. Hence, you can free download it either from Android market or Apple iTunes store. However, it is currently available only for users from USA.
Once you have downloaded and installed Google Currents, you can read just any blog which has been published into Google Currents on your mobile devices and that too in a neat and clean magazine format.
Download Google Currents from non-US countries
As mentioned, Google currents is presently available to download only for users from USA. However, if you are not from USA even then there is an alternative way to download. See here how to download Google currents from non-USA countries (iPhone and iPad users).
How to Publish Blog and Content to Google Currents
You can easily publish your blog to Google Currents from here. You can add any content – RSS feed, YouTube Videos, Google docs, images, tweets etc. and bundle them together to view in magazine format with Google Currents. You can even customize title, description and even look and feel of your blog for these mobile devices.
There is a little risk of any misuse by any one else because it publish the blog to magazine format only when you can verify your ownership. That means, you need to have a Google webmaster account for you to publish your blog to Google Currents. You can even track the visitors by using Google analytics code for Google Currents published blog.
Once you are done publishing your blog to Google Currents, you get a unique URL which can be used to distribute your blog to the readers. Readers can use the same URL to access your blog in Google currents.
We have done publishing our technology blog to Google Currents and it is available at the following URL;