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July 25, 2011

SkyGrid App for Android Tablets Now Available


SkyGrid, a real-time web platform that keeps people up to date on the things they care about, has introduced SkyGrid for Android (News - Alert) Tablets.

Android Tablet users, with the help of SkyGrid will now be able to easily follow the interests they care about.

The SkyGrid App for Android Tablets is available for free from the Android Market.

“We're excited about combining the speed, power, and large display of Android Tablets with SkyGrid's simple ability to follow your interests,” said Kevin Pomplun, SkyGrid's CEO, in a press release. “Now everyone with an Android Tablet has an easy way to stay up to date on the interests they care about.”

Company officials said that the all new SkyGrid has been custom designed and tailored for Android tablets.

The users of SkyGrid will be able to effortlessly follow their own topics and get updates on only the interests they care about.

Every interest offers a colorful and constantly updated stream of photos, all of which lead to more information with a single tap. The ability to follow any interest like sports teams, entertainers and political figures has made SkyGrid a popular and highly rated app.

Powered by incredible technology, SkyGrid is easy to use and streams information from over 1 million sources across the Web processing over 1,000 items per second.

SkyGrid's patented algorithm “Information Velocity” then determines which information is moving the fastest, and delivers real-time updates.

In related news, SkyGrid has recently released a new application, SkyGrid 2.0 for the iPhone (News - Alert) and iPad, to help people to follow and stay up-to-date on their interests.

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Deepika Mala is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Jennifer Russell
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