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gReader

gReader

gReader is an unofficial Google Reader client for Android. Read all your news in one place with Google Reader, where keeping up with your favorite websites is as easy as checking your email.

gReader in action gReader in action

There is a professional version which adds additional features such as the removal of the ads, dark theme, podcast support and improved widgets.

Features:

  • Google synchronization: Use gReader at home, at your office, or anywhere you go and keep your feeds, tags, and shared items synched in one place
  • A simple, fast and intuitive user interface
  • 2-way sync: Synchronize your read items between gReader and Google Reader. Keep your articles up-to-date
  • Folders / Tags: Sort your feeds in folders and tags
  • Editing Subscriptions/Folders: Edit your subscriptions and folders
  • Subscribe and unsubscribe feeds
  • Auto synchronization
  • Notification
  • Share your favourite articles with your friends with a simple single click via email, Facebook, Twitter etc
  • Search for articles in subscriptions
  • Widgets - add an unread count app widget
  • Reading mode view which reduces articles to text-only for improved reading
  • Night mode - inverse the colour of the article page
  • Full screen mode
  • Follow the feed of your friends
  • Offline reading
  • Recommended items / sources - view your recommended items or add recommended sources
  • HTTPS connection - use Http Secure connection to get your feeds
  • OAUTH
  • Download podcasts
  • Honeycomb support
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Verdict:

If you want the ultimate in simplicity, look no further than gReader.

9/10

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