Andriod now has the CNET news in hand.

You can google the latest CNET news now on Andriod. Yes, if you are particular about a news source which can’t be compromised you have the way to follow. I don’t like to go through every news sources but yes follows a definite and reliable source.

Recently CNET News has ported its month-old iOS app to the Android marketplace. This Android app has a built-in Twitter feed from CNET editors and personalities, font resizing while reading stories, and a sharing link to quickly share a story via the major communication and networking tools on your Android phone.
The most important thing in Android app is that reading has become much easier, because there is no pagination, which makes it easier than before to get to older stories you’re interested in. So you need not have to go back again and again for the whole news to be read.

There are more features in the works, and there’s also a feedback button available under the More option so that you can let us know your suggestions. You can also let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

So here is another way to converse with the newsmakers themselves, tweet it, and post your views regarding the news coverage and many more to do when you really begin to follow it.

Thanks cnet.com

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Computer Science Student from University of Cincinnati turned writer with my first iPhone. I like to travel, make friends with tech minded folks on internet. I write on my 13" MacBook Pro Retina and iPad Air Cellular. Black iPhone 5S is my sidekick.