Google fast flip released

Google has published a new version of their Google News, called Google fast flip, making it easier to browse multiple news sources through one outlet.

Fast flip is able to deliver top headlines from all around the globe, including the BBC News, New York Times, The Washing Post, and everything else from TechCrunch to Cosmopolitan, giving something for everybody to read.

Google fast flip organizes top news sources by categories of popularity, sections, topics and news sources. There is also an assortment of filters for each category to narrow down user searches, such as 'Entertainment', 'Politics', 'Sci/Tech' and more. Viewers are given a thumbnail image preview of each news source Google uses, displaying each thumbnail in an easy to view row.

Fast flip is still in the beta stages and came out of Google Labs earlier today. The service still needs more sources, but includes some helpful features such as "Like", the same type of feature Facebook offers to users.

Google fast flip is also offered in an optimized iPhone version for readers that takes advantage of the swipe left or right feature for fast browsing.

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