Digg RSS reader app and Shazam 4.0 app for Android Launched

Digg RSS reader app and Shazam 4.0 app for Android Launched

Holders of an Android smartphone can get an update to Shazam and can also view their RSS via a Digg Reader app.
 

The company Digg, a website offering news by classifying subjects according to their popularity, is immediately positioned on the market alongside RSS Feedly when Google announced Google Reader will abandon its service. After opening its site Digg Reader beta at the end of June, the publisher has released a dedicated app within Google Play application.
 

On Android, Digg proposes to consult the news but also their RSS feeds. Items can be listed in order of popularity and the user will be able to authenticate Twitter, Facebook or Google accounts to share some articles on his profile. Besides the possibility to search and add RSS feeds, Digg Reader embeds the programming interfaces of Instapaper, Pocket and Readability to save an article for later reference or maximize visibility.
 

Download Digg Reader 1.0 for Android from here – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.diggreader

 


 

Shazam, an app for identifying a playing song, has launched a new version 4.0 and now also has an interface optimized for tablets.
 

The editor said it had enriched the analysis of a piece with not only information about the artist and song playing but also the ability to view the lyrics to get video clips directly from YouTube or find sharing capabilities. For a given song, Shazam offers to buy the song directly via Amazon MP3.
 

Download Shazam 4.0 for Android from here – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.shazam.android

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