Smart Feed Reader

Smart Feed Reader

10,000 - 50,000 downloads

  • Feed format: RSS, RDF, ATOM
  • Import GReader feeds
  • Smart News Filtering
  • Screen widgets (2x1, 4x2)
  • Too sober (design)
  • Sharing options should be improved (social)
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Expert's Review

"Smart management of your feed"

Reviewed by / May 28, 2012

Smart Feed Reader is a news feed reader with interesting filters and management features.

Perhaps you're not really into news feed readers with stunning design, smooth flipboard-like effects and swipable highlights and that kind of stuff (like they use to be lately). If you're more practical (or classical) and you want to see your list of subscriptions and articles at a glance, access them quick and fast, and manage your content smartly, by applying filters and other parameters, check this out.

First off, no need to sign up: you can add your rss feed manually or import your Google Reader subscriptions (you'll have to allow access to the app). Once done, you can start favoriting your blogs and articles, create folders and organize your stuff. The app is set in a user-friendly UI and minimalistic layout. Just three streams: favorites, folders and subscriptions. Tap them to access the content.

You can personalize your content with Smart News Filtering which allows you to filter and manage news automatically by Author, Title, Content, Category, etc. Why "Smart" then? Because each filter is made up of search condition to match specific parameter and action to perform. You can also add rules for match field, criteria or action.

Likewise, you can search for content thanks to a built-in searcher, set auto-refresh interval (or do it whenever by clicking the lower right button), and sort content by newer first, older first, unread/read or hide properties.

Needless to say that you'll be able to read feeds offline, sharing content via e-mail or other sharing resources installed in your device and that it supports landscape screen orientation. It brings two homescreen widgets, 2x1 and 4x2.

Highly recommendable if you're a wily old bird in feed subscription and you probably care more about management than design.

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Developer's original description available here
Smart Feed Reader is a free, full-featured RSS, RDF and ATOM news reader. Manage your news automatically with Smart News Filtering, organize Feeds Groups by any criteria you choose – music, sport, movies and international news, rate the most interesting readings and share them with your friends and colleagues.
Be Smart & Organized with Smart Feed Reader!

•Full support of RSS, RDF and ATOM feeds, import Google Reader feeds;
•Offline reading of news;
•Full-context search;
•Widgets support;
•Easy to manage feeds, personalized icons;
•Customization of the feed update interval (global for all feeds and particular – for the selected feed);
•Filtering stories by Author, Title, Content, Category for the best customization;
•Automatic organizing feeds by categories;
•Improved content sorting by Newer, Older, Unread, Read or Hide properties;
•Highlighting of newly-added and updated news;
•Automatic sorting news by Date: Today, Yesterday, Older;
•Media Collection: easy to view pictures and play attached media;
•Full-screen display of News (optional);
•Easy sliding between news with a simple gesture;
•Displaying news with a preview in the NewsList screen;
•Star rating for the news;
•Sharing content via E-Mail;
•Support of landscape screen orientation.

Smart News Filtering:
Personalize your content with Smart News Filtering – powerful and innovative feature that helps you to filter and manage your news automatically by Author, Title, Content, Category, etc. Each filter is made up of search condition to match specific parameter and action to perform. With Smart News Filtering you can automate copying news into custom folders, marking news, rating or just deleting it. You can have as many smart filters as you need!

•Android 2.1 or later.

Recently changed in this version

- Updated design
- New settings
- Possibility to delete articles in the “Stars” folder
- Possibility to restore deleted articles
- New function “Auto-clean"
- Possibility to subscribe to new feeds by finding them using keywords
- New criteria “Search for a single word” in the “Rules”
- Improved application stability

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Comments and ratings for Smart Feed Reader
  • (16)

    by Vasilije Rajović on 25/11/2013

    Althou your app is better than previous version, it is still "immortal". If I kill it, ot restarts itself. News reader is not an app that needs to be running all the time, like a cpu clock manager (example). There should be a "manual only" option in update interval which would disable app's immortality an keep it dead until restarted manually, when needed. There is also no option "exceeded cache

  • (16)

    by Ivan R. on 23/10/2013

    Honestly, top app. I have been looking for this and searching for months.. finally one that works. I have feeds from iTunes Rss Atom Feeds and loads perfectly, however with no images

  • (16)

    by Piergiorgio Zambrini on 27/08/2013

    I downloaded this mainly for the opml import feature which does not work at all.

  • (16)

    by Kshitiz Mishra on 17/08/2013

    Plz add more functionallity of sharing, doesnt shares feed with all apps like fb,g+,twitter,etc.

  • (16)

    by Axel Uhl on 15/07/2013

    Lean, fast, easy to use, requiring only few permissions. I like it :-)

  • (16)

    by Omar Antolín Camarena on 29/06/2013

    Now that Google Reader is sitting down, I've been scrambling, like many others, to find a replacement. Very few apps render my feeds correctly (this probably doesn't affect many people: I read a lot of math blogs and many feed readers screw up the formulas) and, happily, this is one of them. The OPML import is a little awkward as you need to place a file called "feeds.opml" in the root folder to u

  • (16)

    by George Lund on 15/06/2013

    A few UI idiosyncrasies, but so far so good...