Android Users Can Start Digging

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Digg digs mobile apps: After releasing its iPhone app in late March, the social sharing service rolled out its official Digg Android app Monday.

Like the iPhone app, the Android app is available free-of-charge, and it allows users to browse and Digg stories and comments, as well as supporting landscape mode for browsing story titles and pages.

Brian Wong from Digg’s business-development team posted on the Digg Blog:

The Digg Android app has been designed for an ideal mobile Digg browsing experience on an Android phone. You can browse and Digg stories and comments, and the app supports landscape mode for browsing story titles and pages that load in the in-app browser.

The Digg Android app looks great on newer Android phone models with higher-resolution screens like the Nexus One and the Droid.

We’ll be working hard on releasing more improvements to this app in the coming weeks.

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