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Going mobile? Ride the Google Currents and take rabble with you

| February 20, 2013
Going mobile? Ride the Google Currents and take rabble with you

Now you can get your rabble news on the go through Google Currents. How? You download Google Currents to your mobile device (Android or Apple phones or tables) and then go grab the rabble Google Currents app. Ta-da!

Cool features include saving stories you like or want to read later in a personal "saved stories edition," super easy navigation, and a great look that automatically adapts to the size of screen you are using.

No cost for Google Currents and of course no cost for the rabble app. Thanks for reading rabble! 



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