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[APP][2.3+] JReader: Off-line Google Reader app for Android

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Cool [APP][2.3+] JReader: Off-line Google Reader app for Android

NOTE: JReader will be switched to a new service which is available for beta testing at http://reader.jyvee.com

JReader
is an advanced unofficial offline Google Reader | RSS Reader app for Android, optimized for fast and productive news reading and sharing with clean and easy to use user interface.
Unlike any other RSS readers JReader features filtering and watching for news items. With JReader's watched item notifications you will never miss important news, and with filters - never read the news you are not interested in.












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Main features include:
▪ Beautiful app with clean and easy to use controls and user interface with a variety of dark and light themes to choose from;
▪ Best reading experience: Read fully cached articles in a fast fullscreen browser window without leaving JReader;
▪ User friendly: Powerful capabilities are simple to use for inexperienced users;
▪ Designed for sharing: Easily share news, RSS feeds, recommend links on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, etc.;
▪ Extensive personalization: Fine tune the app's sync and view behavior through a variety of preference settings;
▪ Costs saving: Control mobile networks data usage to save on traffic costs on 2g, 3g, etc;
▪ Watching: get notified when RSS news contain defined search words and phrases and never miss important news;
▪ Filters for automatic marking Google Reader items as read;
▪ Google Reader subscription management: edit, delete, change or add labels for your RSS subscriptions;
▪ RSS Feed manager: Search and subscribe to RSS feeds or Google Reader feed bundles without leaving JReader;
▪ Optimized for fast and productive RSS reading;
▪ Multiuser: support multiple Google Reader accounts;
▪ Fast scheduled or manual two-way synchronization with Google Reader and off-line article caching;
▪ Sync up to 10000 items with Google Reader;
▪ Tablet support with fragments layout;
▪ Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean compatible;
▪ and more...

Want to translate JReader to your language? Check out our translation project: http://crowdin.net/project/jreader

Note: Google account is required.

Keywords: Google Reader, News Reader, RSS Reader, free, RSS feed.

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https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jyvee.jreader
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v.1.1.148
- NEW: Context menu to unsubscribe from a feed;
- NEW: Context menu to change feed's labels;
- NEW: Context menu to change feed's title;
- NEW: Context menu to rename a label;
- NEW: Context menu to delete a label;
- FIX: Minor bug fixes and improvements.

v.1.1.130
- NEW: Account Manager has been completely rebuilt.
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nice app, fast and clean.
what is filters?
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nice app, fast and clean.
what is filters?
Filters are search patterns you can define to perform a specific action on feed items.
Let's say you don't want to read any news containing "CentOS updates" (or "Apple IOS" ) in it's title. So you define a filter which can be applied to a specific feed or label and you set it's action to mark an item as "read" when any of new feed items contain that search phrase in it' title (and/or context).
Another option is to set action to 'watched'. In this case the item with the search phrase will be placed in "Watched" folder (label) and color coded.
Action "watched and notify" also shows notification when matching items arrive.
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New v.1.1.197 is online with many new features and improvements!
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Filters are search patterns you can define to perform a specific action on feed items.
Let's say you don't want to read any news containing "CentOS updates" (or "Apple IOS" ) in it's title. So you define a filter which can be applied to a specific feed or label and you set it's action to mark an item as "read" when any of new feed items contain that search phrase in it' title (and/or context).
Another option is to set action to 'watched'. In this case the item with the search phrase will be placed in "Watched" folder (label) and color coded.
Action "watched and notify" also shows notification when matching items arrive.
how to star with filter?
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how to star with filter?
Automatic starring with filters is not available right now. I intend to implement that option in one of the future releases.
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Default New version .1.1.285 is out

New version .1.1.285 is out on Google Play store with following changes:
  • Completely reworked current theme, more themes to come...;
  • App share menu with options to share JReader: via Google+, by posting or following on Twitter, posting, recommending or liking on Facebook and emailing.
  • Context menu in items view with basic post related and sharing tasks;
  • Quick share buttons for G+, Facebook, Twitter, Email sharing in expanded item view (More sharing option moved to context menu);
  • Sharing tasks in feed context menu;
Looking forward to your comments
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New version .1.1.285 is out on Google Play store with following changes:
  • Completely reworked current theme, more themes to come...;
  • App share menu with options to share JReader: via Google+, by posting or following on Twitter, posting, recommending or liking on Facebook and emailing.
  • Context menu in items view with basic post related and sharing tasks;
  • Quick share buttons for G+, Facebook, Twitter, Email sharing in expanded item view (More sharing option moved to context menu);
  • Sharing tasks in feed context menu;
Looking forward to your comments
where is light theme?

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