If you’re like me and you fire up Google Reader every single morning to go through your hundreds of feeds and news articles, it helps when you can access it easily while on the go. Sometimes you just aren’t around the computer and every last bit of news is essential either to your job or your personal well-being. Whatever the case is, Android users can rest a little easier knowing that Google Reader has been updated for the platform, along with support for Honeycomb, the tablet-optimized version of the Google platform.
You’ll now be able to see your Google Reader feed on Android Honeycomb like you would on a desktop browser–with two panes, as the universe intended. It’s much easier to shuffle through all the news you need for the day, and it’s just prettier to look at. Here are additional deets as provided by Engadget:
As far as new features, there doesn’t seem to be anything Earth-shattering, but the ability to quickly share posts via social networks or add them to your Read It Later list on a tablet is greatly appreciated.
Hit up the Android Market now if you want to get the latest version of Google Reader for Android, and enjoy drowning in a deep pool of your interests.