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Mobile stumbling: Now faster, easier with v2.0

StumbleUpon just released v2.0 of its Android app which has a number of improvements and they’ve also added Android Tablet support. If you are stumbling on your phone or on your tablet, the mobile stumbling now offers you a better experience with new features:

  1. Explore Box- now available on iPad, iPhone and Android apps which allow you to browse through thousands of interests by simply typing a word or phrase.
  2. Swipe to Stumble- you can now simply swipe your phone’s or tablet’s screen from right to left while stumbling!
  3. Faster and more visual- with its newly revamped interface, you can see richer visuals and faster page loading. The interface also looks cleaner and visually appealing, making your stumbling experience quicker and more fun.

These improvements have been extended into Android app compatible with tablets, and Android tablets using Honeycomb can also share the new content in stumbling.

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