Google has introduced a new tablet and smartphone application called Google Currents. It works on Android and iOS devices to let users read online magazines and other multimedia content. Over 150 publishing partners are already involved, including CNET, AllThingsD, Forbes, Huffington Post and Fast Company, although the service is currently available to consumers in the USA.
Google Currents also works with RSS feeds, Google+ streams and Google Reader subscriptions - and enables any online publisher to create their own content.
[Google Mobile blog]