12 more news sources added to Google Fast Flip

Google Fast Flip, launched in Sep, is a service that seeks to make reading articles online as fast and simple as flipping through a magazine or newspaper. Fast Flip debuted in Google News in Nov, and now Google’ve added articles from another two dozen publishers representing more than 50 newspapers, magazines, web outlets, news wires […]

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Google Fast Flip, launched in Sep, is a service that seeks to make reading articles online as fast and simple as flipping through a magazine or newspaper. Fast Flip debuted in Google News in Nov, and now Google’ve added articles from another two dozen publishers representing more than 50 newspapers, magazines, web outlets, news wires and TV and radio broadcasters, for you to engage with content from your favorite news outlets in an innovative way, and continue to explore topics covered by a diverse group of sources. And, through mobile version, you can flip through all these new articles on your Android-powered device or iPhone. Some new sources include: Tribune Co. newspapers such as LA Times and Chicago Tribune, McClatchy Company newspapers such as Miami Herald and Kansas City Star, Huffington Post, Popular Science, Reuters, Public Radio International, POLITICO and U.S. News & World Report.

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