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The Digg Android app has been designed for an ideal mobile Digg browsing experience on an Android phone. The application allows you to participate on Digg through the digging and burying of stories and comments, while allowing you to flip back and forth between viewing story pages and comments.

Download Digg by searching for “Digg” in the Android Market.

Some highlights:

  • Designed specifically for Android devices – a great experience on Android for browsing Digg
  • Browse stories in list view and view story details along with comments when you tap through
  • After logging in, Digg and bury both stories and comments from the app
  • Browse stories in list view in landscape mode
  • Search for any story on Digg
  • View story pages in the in-app Android browser in landscape mode as well
  • Use the in-app browser to pan around and zoom in and out of content
  • Both medium and high resolution sized screens are supported
  • Best of all, login to link the app to your Digg.com account

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