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31st July 2012, 08:54 PM   |  #21  
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Use Taptu that can integrate with Google reader and social networks etc
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31st July 2012, 09:53 PM   |  #22  
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ReaderHD. That's my favorite RSS reader app..

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31st July 2012, 10:58 PM   |  #23  
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gReader Pro. Best interface/everything.

This for sure.
4th August 2012, 03:04 PM   |  #24  
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ReaderHD. That's my favorite RSS reader app..

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This is pretty cool
4th August 2012, 05:22 PM   |  #25  
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Coming from an iPad and being used to the beautiful Reeder app, a nice rss reader was very important for me on my tablet. I tried all of the ones you listed, including Feedly, and nothing had the polish & options that Reader HD offered, although gReader definitely comes in a close 2nd.
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5th August 2012, 12:50 AM   |  #26  
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I use feedly, the UI is beautiful, both on android and desktop
Its layout is customizable
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5th August 2012, 02:04 AM   |  #27  
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Justreader for sure. The ability to read the Web version on blogs that only post the first paragraph is a killer feature, especially since it reformats whatever site into the Justreader theme. If you're reading at night with the dark theme, it's great to not get blasted with a bright white website or have to leave your reader app. Simple feature but the only app to do it that I'm aware of.

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5th August 2012, 06:00 AM   |  #28  
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Justreader for sure. The ability to read the Web version on blogs that only post the first paragraph is a killer feature, especially since it reformats whatever site into the Justreader theme. If you're reading at night with the dark theme, it's great to not get blasted with a bright white website or have to leave your reader app. Simple feature but the only app to do it that I'm aware of.

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Both the main apps discussed (Reader HD & gReader) have multiple color options and night/dark mode, I know Feedly supports this as well. Probably most reading apps do I'd say.
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Both the main apps discussed (Reader HD & gReader) have multiple color options and night/dark mode, I know Feedly supports this as well. Probably most reading apps do I'd say.

I agree but do they allow you to load the full page from the feeds Site into the app rather than loading a browser, and reformat the actual website into whatever reading mode you're in? That's the feature I was trying to give props to. As far as I can tell, reader HD and the others mentioned will open an external browser if you want to open the articles original Page.

Edit: just pulled the beta gReader and it also has a built in Web view, so hooray for more options, boo for me calling out a unique feature that wasn't.

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5th August 2012, 03:01 PM   |  #30  
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I think readerhd has the best ui, and but have a few issues with it. The article list in portrait is cut off a lot of the time, and and in landscape the feed provider listed aka en gadget etc wastes a lot of space that could be used. Therefore my vote has to go to greader which has a busier interface, but gives more information.

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