If Currents old version can only be used by the U.S. publisher, then the version 1.1 update can be used by users and international publishers from outside the United States (U.S.).
Yes, outside of the U.S. publishing company can add their content to the Currents. Publishers will benefit from the Currents provide Google Translate, which allows the reader to understand the content in another country using a foreign language.
If the synchronization feature in previous versions Currents frustrating enough, then Currents version 1.1 is able to more quickly in synchronization. Google says this method of synchronization danbandwidth minimize battery usage. Currents can present the news in the form of text, images and even video. Currents have been integrated with Google + so that users can share articles or videos to Circle respectively.
As quoted from the official Google blog, the California-based company has worked with more than 150 publications that cover the interesting article of more than 180 editions, including CNET, AllThingsD, Forbes, Saveur, PBS, Huffington Post, Fast Company, and many more. Currents is currently only available for Android devices and IOS. Users can download it for free on Google's Play Store and Apple App Store.