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FeedR

FeedR News Reader

FeedR is a powerful newsreader for use with or without Google Reader.

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There is also a commercial version of FeedR available.

Features:

  • Add new feeds from within the browser with built-in feed search
  • 2-way Google Reader synchronization
  • Expandable list allows to read articles without leaving the list as well as read only articles that interest you
  • Supports user streams in Google Reader
  • Starred items view
  • Hide feeds and categories without unread items
  • Full screen view with swipe to next/previous article
  • Add articles to Read It Later - lets you save what you find on the web to watch and read on any device, at any time
  • Export to OPML and Google Reader
  • Import from OPML and Google Reader
  • Integration with Android Account Manager for password-less Google Reader login
  • Read offline with images (configured per feed)
  • Optional gzip compression
  • Backup/restore to SD
  • Backup/restore configuration settings
  • Customizable interface - configure how feeds are displayed, setup automatic updates, notifications, storage limits and much more
  • Zoomable view
  • Progressive loading of content
  • High quality widgets with three widget sizes
  • Limited podcast support
  • Localization support
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feedrnewsreader.com
Free (Ad-supported)
Weekend Coders, LLC

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Verdict:

FeedR has a lot of things in its favour. It is a simple to use, responsive, and highly configurable news reader with a powerful built-in feed search. The clean interface is well thought out and it works both as an app and widget.

7/10

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