Google Reader Play is a new way to browse articles, blogs and
more on the Web. To get started, visit the site and scroll through the items by clicking the arrow on the right, or just use the right and left arrow keys on
your keyboard to browse.
Reader Play uses the same technology as the “recommended items” feed in Reader to identify the most interesting pages on the Internet. When you
use the tool, Google keeps track of what you star, like or share, and will show you similar items the next time you visit the site. It also transfers these items
to your Reader account. Another cool feature: Reader Play also has a built-in TV icon button that begins a slideshow of the items in your queue, taking
the guesswork out of navigating.
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