JustReader News - RSS

JustReader News - RSS

50,000 - 100,000 downloads

Pros
  • Light and smooth
  • Minimalist UI
  • Unread content counter
  • Themes
Cons
  • Ads
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Expert's Review
7.0
Great

"I just want to read my feeds"

Reviewed by / Oct 24, 2012

JustReader is a minimalist RSS feeds reader integrated with Google Reader

If you're fond of scenery, transition effects and flips, maybe you should keep searching RSS readers. There are good apps on the market that focus on that. However, if you're focused on productivity, efficiency and faster access to your feeds, JustReader is what you need.

JustReader makes easier keeping track of what you've read and what's still unread. Just select your Gmail account(s) that you want to import feeds from. JustReader will automatically track them and display them in a scrolling list. In that list you can find your sources by tags and folders as you organized it. You can re-organize it from the app too. In addition, that list shows an unread articles counter. You can read such unread articles or just clear all them out.

Instead of stunning effects, flips and transitions, JustReader is one of the lightest and smoothest readers thanks to its UI. It's fast loading content that can also be synced and read offline. It supports non-text content as podcasts, images and videos. A good for those who want to keep themselves updated in the shortest time.

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Developer's original description available here
rss | google reader | podcast | offline | honeycomb | tablet | feedly | bazqux

JustReader is fast, customizable and easy-to-use RSS Reader client for Android.
It supports some services for now:
- Feedly
- BazQux
- Google Reader

Also
- JustReader works good on tablets on on phones too!
- works offline
- light and nice UI
- podcasts loading

Pls, leave your suggestions here: http://justreader.uservoice.com

Do not post questions in Android Market comments. I can't reply you.
Also you can contact me by email

Thanks!

Recently changed in this version

1.7.4
- full article text fix

1.7.3
- fix for old items removal

1.7.2
fixed Account Type selection

1.7.1
fixed some Feedly sync errors

1.7.0
- Feedly and BazQux support

1.6.12
- New Chinese translation

1.6.11
- Android 4.2 fix

1.6.10
- zoom buttons crash should be resolved

1.6.9
- fixed scrolling bug
- fixed starred items bug
- fixed sync bug
- fixed html processing bug1.6.8
- fix for starred items
- fix for scrolling (volume buttons)

1.6.7
- fix for "Network error"


Lists with JustReader News - RSS

Some lists where this application appears: Analizadas por Mar GP, Reviewed by Emmanuel Lund.

Comments and ratings for JustReader News - RSS
  • (67)

    by katy.sh on 29/05/2011

    the best i've ever used: stable, fast
    app is developed very fast
    i'm waiting for next updates with passion

  • (67)

    by Maetsack on 12/06/2014

    Garbage

  • (67)

    by Ldog Sgel on 05/06/2014

    Can't find how to add feeds

  • (67)

    by staz blood on 16/04/2014

    The interface looks messy and crashed very often

  • (67)

    by Chris McLaughlin on 30/03/2014

    Has the best format for list of articles for you to read. I can't seem to get it to Sync the way I want it to though. I just want the 500 most recent articles at any given time, but it will load 500 and keep them until I select all as read. Sometimes it will load 500 articles from a month ago. Occasionally clicking an article will bring up the link but with no content. I am left with opening the W

  • (67)

    by Ldog Soeg on 13/03/2014

    Nice app but not for me

  • (67)

    by Josh Hardin on 13/03/2014

    searched for a couple of YEARS to find a news application with both a good user interface that has decent rstyle and can interface with popular news reader applications (specifically feedly and pocket.) And this TOTALLY fits the bbill. Offline article downloading and sync caching mean that no matter my internet signal quality I can still read news and make (cached) updates to feedly as far as rea