StumbleUpon for Android review: StumbleUpon shows you where to surf (the Web)

StumbleUpon for Android's new dynamic home page shuffles through thumbnails of content. Screenshot by Jaymar Cabebe/CNET

Also new is the StumbleDNA line at the top of your profile, which offers a color-coded representation of your unique combination of interests. Since these easy-to-spot markers are affixed to the tops of all users' profiles, you can use them to quickly determine whether someone else has similar interests. Admittedly, most users will probably ignore StumbleDNA, but power users may find it useful.

StumbleDNA markers give you a color-coded glimpse of users' interests. Screenshot by Jaymar Cabebe/CNET

If you find something you want to pass along, the built-in Share function lets you send links through Facebook, Twitter, e-mail, or directly to another StumbleUpon user. What you can't do on the mobile app, though, is add pages to a list or comment on items the way you can on the Web. Still, StumbleUpon for Android offers a slick interface, an incredibly smooth user experience, and recommendations that are almost always interesting.

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    StumbleUpon (Android)

    Part Number: CNETStumbleUpon for Android

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    • Category News readers and aggregators
      Social networking
    • Compatibility Android