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1st September 2014, 04:52 PM   |  #1  
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https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...rpanet.rsslive

Get live RSS feeds and stay connected with news around the world.

Offline Reading: You can easily view RSS fields while away from the internet. All RSS fields are saved instantly to your device and you can view them while you are away from the internet.

Flowing UI: The user interface complies with the Android user interface guidelines to provide a seamless experience and ease of use. Therefore it is very easy to find your way around within the app.

Google feeds integration: We have added the function of integrating google feeds within the app. Therefore you can just import the feeds from Google feeds into this application directly.

Browser Sharing: You can share an RSS feed link from the Chrome / Firefox / Dolphin browser, or any other browser you use. Just navigate to a page that supports RSS, then share the page to RSS Live. RSS Live will then take care of the rest.

Widget support: Add widgets to your homescreen. Select which RSS feeds to display. You can also set the color of the widget.

Immersive mode: You can easily enter immersive mode while reading a news article. Just click on the immersive mode button. To exit immersive mode, just swipe down from the top of the screen.
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Good work mate. I've been looking for something light weight like this for feeds to monitor my websites and client sites. This looks perfect for this.

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Quote:
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Good work mate. I've been looking for something light weight like this for feeds to monitor my websites and client sites. This looks perfect for this.

Sent from my Nexus 4 using XDA Free mobile app

Cheers! Should you have any suggestions, please feel free to tell me
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