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  1. techsamaritan's Avatar
    Newsrob works great but the paid version is WAY too expensive! I'll stick with it especially after the recent update! I can read a snipit of the article along with a pic without having to open the whole thing. Great!
    11-05-2010 12:51 PM
  2. Verdes8891's Avatar
    Feedr is by far the best one i have ever used
    11-05-2010 02:04 PM
  3. cae2685's Avatar
    Google reader for text, beyondpod for audio.

    Sent from my Droid X using Tapatalk
    11-05-2010 02:20 PM
  4. 757EliasHZ's Avatar
    Since I have the Charm, my available memory is very limited. I find that BeyondPod handles both podcasts and text in a sufficiently good enough way so that I don't have to have 2 separate apps. Sometimes I also use the Opera Mini RSS feeds tool as well.
    11-05-2010 04:45 PM
  5. GlueFactoryBJJ's Avatar
    I also vote for gReader. It does everything I need in a RSS reader without being difficult to use. Great app! Even if I haven't had time to use it much lately...

    Scott
    11-06-2010 01:59 AM
  6. Chiefmcfuz's Avatar
    Feedr! That's al i have to say about that . LOL
    11-06-2010 07:39 AM
  7. digitalslacker's Avatar
    NewsRob for me. I tried most of the others but settled on that one.

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    11-06-2010 07:55 AM
  8. digitalslacker's Avatar
    Oh and doggcatcher for podcasts...

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    11-06-2010 07:57 AM
  9. B_ren's Avatar
    my favourite so far if gReader....nice and easy to use
    11-07-2010 02:16 PM
  10. Bujin#IM's Avatar
    I use FeedR for my Google Reader feeds, and Doggcatcher for podcasts.
    11-07-2010 04:05 PM
  11. _JKK_'s Avatar
    I prefer Pulse, simply because it is available on the mobile platforms I frequently use.

    Yes, I have an iPad and an iPod touch. Using Pulse, I don't have to learn a new UI for three different platforms. I think that, in the future, that will be a very big deal.

    Plus, RSS apps usually have pretty bad UIs, where Pulse is actually the exception, IMO.
    11-07-2010 04:39 PM
  12. KC2UUZ's Avatar
    Google reader does exactly what I need with no other frills.
    11-07-2010 06:19 PM
  13. kenyee's Avatar
    What? No love for Motoblur?
    I'm still using it. I have to check out a few of the ones suggested.. :-)
    11-08-2010 11:38 AM
  14. cae2685's Avatar
    What? No love for Motoblur?
    I'm still using it. I have to check out a few of the ones suggested.. :-)
    That's correct... No love =P

    Sent from my Droid X using Tapatalk
    11-08-2010 08:40 PM
  15. bosco388's Avatar
    NewsRob linked with my google reader.
    11-25-2010 08:48 AM
  16. bluesteel's Avatar
    I like BeyondPod, and like others, it's mostly because I don't want to have separate apps for podcatching and reading. It does both very well, IMO.
    11-27-2010 09:58 AM
  17. dodgylegs's Avatar
    None of them are as elegant as NewsRoom. I used it on webOS, and I continue to use it on Android. The developer is also very good with responding to users.
    Word. I adore Newsroom - by far the best UI and exactly what I'm looking for.
    11-27-2010 11:00 AM
  18. Hardcase's Avatar
    Looking for an update regarding news readers. I've been using Google Reader (the app) and it has some nice features. But, there are some drawbacks and it is a huge memory hog. I'd be interested if there are newer readers that have people enamored.

    Things I'd like:
    1. Google Synchronization
    2. Multiple Accounts (don't mind switching in the app, but logging out and back in is a pain).
    3. Pinch Zoom (many scale for the screen, but there are times that it would be handy to quickly re-size to a larger version).
    4. Ability to edit feeds easily, including changing their folders.
    5. Store data to memory card.
    6. Offline cache would be fine, but I actually prefer dynamic updating.
    12-27-2010 10:31 PM
  19. a1Will I Am's Avatar
    G reader. Convenient.
    12-27-2010 11:29 PM
  20. Hardcase's Avatar
    G reader. Convenient.
    I checked out gReader. I could not figure out how to show the feeds in their Google folders. I have far too many feeds to list them one by one.
    12-27-2010 11:45 PM
  21. Smokexz's Avatar
    Google reader is amazingly great , Use it on PC too, just better than going from Androidcentral to Engadget to XDA x).
    12-28-2010 12:41 AM
  22. rockigirl's Avatar
    Google Reader is my choice.
    12-28-2010 12:43 AM
  23. hyperkind's Avatar
    Google reader here as well

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    12-28-2010 02:39 AM
  24. etnpnys's Avatar
    I tried the Google Reader app and hated it:
    * When I launch the thing, I have to select a folder instead of it taking me right to my preferred "All Feeds" list.
    * The font is HUGE. Even when I had my Hero I couldn't stand how big the fonts were.
    * Navigation is cumbersome at best. Open app, select "All Feeds", scroll to a story I'm interested in, select it, read it, then go BACK to the list, scroll to the next one, and select it, lather, rinse, repeat.

    I am *still* using just the Google Reader web site. It defaults to "All Feeds" and I just read the articles in-line and then scroll down to see the next one.
    12-28-2010 08:51 AM
  25. Zak8022's Avatar
    I tried the Google Reader app and hated it:
    * When I launch the thing, I have to select a folder instead of it taking me right to my preferred "All Feeds" list.
    * The font is HUGE. Even when I had my Hero I couldn't stand how big the fonts were.
    * Navigation is cumbersome at best. Open app, select "All Feeds", scroll to a story I'm interested in, select it, read it, then go BACK to the list, scroll to the next one, and select it, lather, rinse, repeat.

    I am *still* using just the Google Reader web site. It defaults to "All Feeds" and I just read the articles in-line and then scroll down to see the next one.
    There are/should be arrows at the bottom of the screen to go to the next article, even in the 'all feeds' section.
    12-28-2010 10:11 AM
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