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Briefly: Digg app reaches Android, Three removes roaming charges

updated 10:41 am EDT, Fri August 30, 2013

Digg releases app on Android with Digg top stories, Digg Reader intact

Digg has launched the Android version of its mobile app on Google Play, following a successful launch on iOS. The new app brings with it the Digg Top Stories curated newsfeed, as well as the ability to Digg and share stores through social networks and other apps. Digg Reader, the RSS reader built to replace Google Reader, also makes an appearance in the app.

Three eliminates roaming charges in seven countries for UK customers

British carrier Three has dropped international roaming charges for its customers in seven countries. Subscribers visiting the Republic of Ireland, Australia, Italy, Austria, Hong Kong, Sweden, and Denmark will be able to avoid extra charges under the Feel At Home scheme, with the extra charges removed from calls, texts, and data usage for usage within any existing allowances. Three will still charge calls and texts to non-UK numbers at its current rates.



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