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Digg for Android gets an unread mode and speed improvements

Jon Fingas, @jonfingas
October 8, 2013
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Busy Android users with Digg no longer have to plow through previously read RSS entries as they hop from device to device. The company has just given its Android app the same unread mode that reached iOS this summer; enable the option and Digg will show only stories that haven't been seen on at least one device. There are also a few performance optimizations under the hood. If you can't help but check Digg on every gadget you own, you'll want to grab the updated Android app from Google Play now.

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