Add RSS feeds from Google Reader to Google Currents

Eliminate the need for two RSS clients by adding your current feeds to Google's new Currents app.

If you haven't grabbed the app yet, get Google Currents for Android, or Google Currents for iPhone.

Step 1: Open the app and make sure you're on the Library tab.

Steps 1 and 2. Screenshot by Nicole Cozma

Step 2: Swipe through the edition tiles to find the one labeled "Add more" and then press it.

Screenshot by Nicole Cozma

Step 3: Scroll down to Google Reader in the list that loads.

List of RSS feeds. Screenshot by Nicole Cozma

Step 4: You'll see the RSS feeds you're subscribed to through Google Reader. Just press the Add button next to the ones you want to add to Google Currents.

Screenshot by Nicole Cozma

Step 5: You'll probably see a message saying your content is being formatted. Once it loads, you're good to start reading right away.

The end result will appear something like this:

Screenshot by Nicole Cozma

This app is a really fun way to experience online content on your device (sync and download settings allow offline viewing). You can even share an RSS for your own blog, and customize the way your content appears in Google Currents through its content producer.


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