Having a social magazines and networks like Google+, Currents, Facebook, Twitter that pull content from a website, are some necessary luxuries due to the era of tablets and smartphones.
Nothing much to add here, because obviously most of you already have a social network account that checks it regularly. So, we couldn’t resist not to create and distribute content but also interact with our readers. Just use what ever service suits your needs:
Not everybody has it yet, but with the imminent increase of content consumptions throughout 2013, Google Currents, (if played well by Google) will be the standard tool for publishing web content in a multi form factor way.
Google offers a service and an app called Google Currents Producer and Google Currents App respectively.
Google Currents App is a magazine app for smartphones and tablets that were in December of 2011. It is currently available for Android and iOS devices. The application by default covers a variety of sources and offers a list of featured content that includes Forbes, CNET, ReadWriteWeb, and the like.
Google Currents Producer is a web-based self-publishing platform whereby publishers can customize the presentation of their content on Google Currents.
Providing just a mobile version of your website is not enough. Also “forcing” people to visit your site when instead they just want to read the full content on any device they want. If we add the fact that UbuntuXtreme is most about reading opinions and reviews of hardware and games, this posts can be very long and so some of you would prefer to read it later even without an internet connection on your smartphone or tablet.
So here you go… UbuntuXtreme is now available through Google Currents. You can access the content by clicking the following banner or the one that will always stay on the right side of the UbuntuXtreme Website:
Don’t worry if you don’t have it already installed after you click the banner, you will get the option to install it.
Whats in it ?
UbuntuXtreme Social Magazine provides, a smartphone and tablet optimized reading experience of its content even if you are offline (a sync will be needed before going offline).
With UbuntuXtreme Social Magazine, you get all the content divided in the same way as it is on the website right now, plus some sections that are not obvious on the website