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CNBC Real-Time for Android

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by CI Staff

At the time we reviewed the CNBC Real-Time app for the iPad, there was no equivalent app for the Android platform. However, NBC Universal recently released an Android version of this popular, useful and free app. Like its iOS counterpart, the CNBC Real-Time Android app gives users access to live, real-time stock quotes from both the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and NASDAQ Marketplace.

After installing the app on a Motorola Xoom, we opened it to find a layout that mimics the iPad version. There are still four parts to the app—markets, news, videos and “My Stocks.” However, it was soon apparent that this Android app is not nearly as robust as the iPad version.

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