Using News Reader apps like Google Reader, gReader, Flipboard, Pulse News, and other news readers are the best way to read the news on a tablet or smartphone because they are easy to use, fast, and the reading layout is optimize for mobile devices like eReaders, Tablets, and Smartphone.
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They are easy to use because Google Android have Google Currents which comes bundled with your phone or tablet in many cases, or you can download it from the Google Play App store. News Reader Apps like Flipboard, Pulse, and Feedly are both available for Android and Apple iPhone and iPad. You just need to install them, and pick blogs, and news sites which you want to read, or sign into Google Reader from the app to download your subscriptions, and everytime you open your news reader app, your subscriptions are ready for you to read. Changing pages, and reading from different subscriptions is also easy to do, all you need to do is hit the back button, or swipe your finger to the left or right to change the page.
Mobile News Readers are fast because they are made for mobile phones and tablets, so there are no huge ads, big images, and other features which can slow down a phone or tablet like some desktop websites because desktop websites are made for desktop computers, and not slower mobile phones and tablets.
Mobile news readers usually make the font size bigger, so it is easy to read on a smaller screens found on mobile phones, and tablets. Plus, you can easily change the page and articles by swiping your finger to the left or right. To change your news subscriptions, you just hit the menu or back button to pick another subscriptions which you are subscribed to already.
As people get more familiar with mobile smartphones, tablets, and the apps they can run, the popularity of mobile news reader apps will rise as the main way many people read the news from the internet.
Flipboard, and Pulse News already have millions of downloads on both iOS and Google Android mobile operating system.