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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by vicked, Aug 28, 2009.

  1. vicked

    vicked Newbie
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    Hi Androiders!

    Can anyone suggest a good rss reader to me? I'm new in reading articles in that way, but since i bought my hero, i want to do this. I use now the purerss application, but maybe somebody know a better app.

    The priority for me is to store all of the articles, because sometimes i want to reread something, or search.
     

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  2. invinciblervd

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    I am using PureRSS. Its simple and Free !!!
     
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    Personally I use Google Reader, it's not an offline reader but many RSS feeds are best used when online anyway and I can use the same set of subs across any computer I log into my google account from. It's pretty quick even onver 3G.
     
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    I did a search for Nubi News Reader and amazingly, I couldn't find a post on it. I've been running it for a few days now and its FANTASTIC. Fast, simple, easy to use, and manages pictures well so that its not intrusive and yet doesn't lag. Way faster than browsing the web for articles...
     
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    NewsRob is excellent for Google Reader
     
  6. elektrobix

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    I use FeedR, it's brilliant.
     
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    +1 for FeedR. Not the prettiest UI but has by far the best widget. The widget is also repeatable so you can have one for each feed.
     
  8. TheStone

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    NewRob / Google Reader for me. Seems really good.
     
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