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Tried it. Great potential. 100 max items is not usable for me. I have wayyyyy too many labels.
Its a memory related thing. We are now running tests on 200+ news..
 
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png6: Great looking app, especially after you've taken care of the login issue. If you create a free ad-sponsored version, I will write about it on the XDA main page.

(Just toss me a PM if you decide to do that, please.)
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Its a memory related thing. We are now running tests on 200+ news..
How does Newsr pull it off?
 
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How does Newsr pull it off?
Newsr only have one column with images. HoneyReader have multiple columns with many items that contains images. But dont worry, we will work it out.
 
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Just a suggestion: you need to work on your SEO. I just tried finding your app in the Market and searching for any of these didn't bring it up: "honeycomb rss" "honeycomb feed" "honeycomb reader" "rss" etc.

I'm thinking of covering this at AndroidPolice.com but this is just a friendly advice if you want your app to actually be found in the Market.
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As it works now, the news wont get marked as read. When you sync it purges the news and downloads new news. So you can decide, tell us how you want it and we will make it work like that.
Marking as read is very important to me and everyone I know that uses google reader. The fact I can't mark as read would be a dealbreaker simply because I access my reader account from so many different devices I want them to be on the same page. I love the interface though. Maybe you could let users choose how they want to mark as read?

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Marking as read is very important to me and everyone I know that uses google reader. The fact I can't mark as read would be a dealbreaker simply because I access my reader account from so many different devices I want them to be on the same page. I love the interface though. Maybe you could let users choose how they want to mark as read?

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Do you think the options:
- mark as read on sight
- mark as read on click
- dont mark as read
.. is good?
 
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Do you think the options:
- mark as read on sight
- mark as read on click
- dont mark as read
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Great Idea, You will have my purchase once this is done

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