RSS subscriptions have supporters and detractors as a way to organize news and feeds. Those who have chosen this system to keep themselves up-to-date, have a wide range of apps to enjoy them. JReader is one of them, one that focus on filters and notifications not to miss any new content.
Unlike other readers which plus point is the scenery, with stunning flipping animations and effects, JReader has been set on a minimalist design: a scrollable list of items where you can access all labels, starred, watched items, unlabeled feeds and your personal folders/tags. On the right side of each element of that list you'll see the number of unread entries.
There's a intuitive bottom-bar to navigate the app including a syn button, filter manager, account manager, "add new feeds menu" and settings. Filter manager, as I said above, is one of the strongest points of this apps. Users can filter by words included in an entry, or starting/ending by, choose which resources seek in (by labels or subscription) and even article status (watched, read,...).
The other added-value feature is source discovering: JReader helps you with adding new feeds process. It allows searching RSS directory, search from Google Bundles, via web browser or add them manually.
In a few words, JReader is a highly configurable reader set in a minimalist design that makes easier filtering and adding new content. Highly recommendable.
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by Manu , Appszoom
Oct 10, 2012