Google Reader apps for Android

Discussion in 'Alternatives to iOS and iOS Devices' started by sk1wbw, Apr 7, 2013.

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    sk1wbw

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    So what do you use on your Android phone or tablet for this? So far, I have three, all of which are fantastic and the devs have plans for syncing after the shutdown of Google Reader.

    1. Press

    2. gReaderPro

    3. Reader
     
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    ChazUK

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    Press is my favourite.

    Used to be a gReader pro user until press was launched and think both are good but press has the edge.
     
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    sk1wbw

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    My list isn't in any particular order, but Reader takes the cake for me. Readability support wins.
     
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    0dev

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    Not exactly the same thing but I use Google Currents on my tablet.
     
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    siurpeeman

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    i like press, i really do, but why does it not have a web mobilizer like every other rss reader?

    and this relates to google reader how?
     
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    MRU

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    Google Currents
    Pulse
    Flipboard

    Are my favorites. You can add your google Reader RSS subs, and add more from their suggested ones too.


    And for read it later purposes I find pocket very good.
     
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    Oletros

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    I used to use Reader but I have changed to Feedly
     
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    0dev

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    I think you posted this in the wrong thread...

    Makes sense though, they always buy out smaller companies and use the talent to develop their own services. I just wish I'd started one of these companies that gets bought out by tech giants for $1 billion :(
     
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    Stuntman06

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    I use Pulse exclusively now. I use to use Taptu as well, but have now migrated completely to Pulse.

    I tried Currents and Flipboard, but don't like them.
     
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    chagla

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    Google Currents?

    You can import your existing rss feeds to Currents.
     
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    Currently using Google Reader. I dont need complicated reader. Most probably will move back to Opera Mini feeds which loads very fast (and uses much less data and hence not so heavy battery consumption)
     

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