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Flud for Windows Phone now available for free on the Marketplace

Flud, a popular social RSS client on iOS, has been released for Windows Phone. We previously looked at Flud when it appeared at the Mobile Acceleration Week in New York back in November. With Flud you'll be able to know what your friends (fellow "Fluders") are reading, and vice-versa. This appears to be the norm with every social app now - to see exactly what your friends are up to.

The app itself is nicely designed with a clean Metro UI and features some interesting functionality, including Google Reader integration. Be sure to add "WPCentral.com" as a news source to get the latest from our feed. A quick run down of the features available in Flud:

  • Find Fluders who share your interests in news, blogs, and topics
  • Flud articles you love and share them with your followers
  • See what your followers are reading with the Activity Feed
  • Access your Reading List wherever you are, no Internet required
  • Easily add, reorder, or remove feeds
  • Connect to Google Reader, Twitter, and Facebook

You can download Flud from the Marketplace for free.

Via: GoWindowsGo; Thanks to everyone who tipped us on this.

Rich Edmonds
Rich Edmonds

Rich Edmonds is Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him over on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.

8 Comments
  • nice app ...
  • Not bad!! Just compared it to the IOS version. The windows phone version looks gorgeous on my Titan.
  • Great app but a bit laggy
  • Ditto. What carrier? Sprint here.
  • Does it have an ad bar at the bottom?
  • No, we don't advertise in Flud. Great question!
  • Nice app I really like the app a lot, but I too am suffering from a bit of lag. Nokia 710 TMo, Wifi. Nice that the dev watches these posts! So thanks.
  • Nice app, just pinned to my home screen. As they said before, though, it's terribly LAGGY, it needs a serious optimization, then it'll be perfect :)