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Yahoo's Android app catches up with iOS version, gets Summly news boost

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Yahoo's new app has arrived on Android, packing a similar features selection to the iOS iteration that launched last week. Alongside better search language algorithms, there's the same Summly magic attempting to whittle longer news articles down to 400 characters or less. The news app will make better use of your smartphone screen too, with more attention being paid to both images and video content. Feast your eyes on Yahoo's refresh by grabbing the app at the Play store -- the link's just below.

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