37 ratings (3.568 average)
What's new in this version (1.5):
- Added support for ATOM feeds
- Added Twitter feed handling
- Added ability to add user's own Twitter feeds
- Added "The Register" feed
- Added advertisement at startup (to help fund updates)
RSS feed reader for popular technology news feeds, such as:
- NY Times (Technology)
- PC Magazine
- The Register
Note that this is an RSS feeds reader -- you can view the title, description, and date/time of publication for each RSS feed item. To view the full details of a corresponding news story, the browser is opened to the respective webpage.
- Select the 'Reader' tab for a presentation of the current feed's items.
- Select the 'Feeds' tab for a list of selectable feeds from various sources.
- Select the 'Favorites' tab for a list of your stored favorites.
- Select the 'Settings' tab to view and edit preferences.
Press and hold any feed item, feed, or favorite for additional options.
Feed items can be opened in your browser, and they can also be shared. A given feed can be set as the feed to be shown at startup, and it can be added to your 'Favorites' list.
You can also add any Twitter hashtag or username as a new favorite.
Feed items previously loaded over 1 hour prior may be hidden by using the 'Hide Older' menu, and hiding older feed items can be the default through checking the corresponding 'Settings' tab item.
Wolf Mountain Apps has no affiliation with the feed providers. All trademarks, logos, and copyrights are the property of their respective owners. We do our best to present the feeds with sufficient fidelity, so please contact us if you believe our feed presentation has errors.
Last comments from Android Market
Was great now it wont pull feeds. Dont know what happened! Moto droid
Worked great on 2.1, freezes the phone on froyo - droid
Was great with eclair. Freezes up on froyo. Droid X.
Tweetmonster is way better with RSS feeds and sharing. Lets you see the article without going to the source.
Pulls in headlines and redirects you to the web to read. Uninstalling.
A very cool all in one tech news reader .. great job guys!
Scott H (*****)
Selecting a feed item will open the full story in the browser, contrary to what Bryan says. Droid.
Nice reader, doesn't seem to let me open full articles in browser though :(
Very well laid out. Excellent feeds. Top notch. Eco.