HTC News app - Mark all read..or alternative app

idk677

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I was wondering if there is a way to "Mark all read" in the stock HTC News app that comes with the Incredible. If not, can anyone recommend an alternative app that offers this feature ?

Thanks in advance !
 

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Correct me if I'm wrong, isn't it just an RSS reader? (I deleted it from my phone as I used it like only once.) I'm not sure if it has a "Mark All As Read" button, but if I remember correctly it doesn't. That's probably one reason I never really used it.

As far as alternatives go, I would recommend Google Reader. It syncs with your Google Reader web account so it's very easy to manage and add feeds. And yes, it has a "Mark All As Read" button.
 

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Correct me if I'm wrong, isn't it just an RSS reader? (I deleted it from my phone as I used it like only once.) I'm not sure if it has a "Mark All As Read" button, but if I remember correctly it doesn't. That's probably one reason I never really used it.

As far as alternatives go, I would recommend Google Reader. It syncs with your Google Reader web account so it's very easy to manage and add feeds. And yes, it has a "Mark All As Read" button.

Thanks for the swift reply. Reader does the job !
 

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Correct me if I'm wrong, isn't it just an RSS reader? (I deleted it from my phone as I used it like only once.)

Yes it is just a RSS reader. Meaning it just refreshes the feed, nothing is stored on the phone.

It should work the same way as a RSS feed in Firefox, IE etc.
 

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