As someone who needs to keep track of the news, I have a few different ways of doing so. While at my computer, I use the web interface for Feedly,
I have loads of different websites that I follow whenever I have some down time. Whether I’m at work, home, or out and about for the day, I usually always
After Google Reader died, the poor souls who used RSS feeds for their main source of news were forced to move on. RSS isn’t dead quite yet, and there are
Flyne is a beautiful Twitter and Feedly reader that allows you to read your feeds offline. Joaquim Verges, the developer of the popular Twitter app Falcon Pro, has created another
We’ve seen leaks of Flipboard for Android ever since the first dump of the Galaxy S III software. After that, Flipboard was available in limited betas to specific users. Now,
Google announces a new app that ties RSS, Reader, public Google+ accounts, and online magazines into one, gorgeous package.
Feedly 2.0 is now in the Android Market and it’s a thing of beauty. In fact, after one day of usage, we’re ready to call it one of the best
The hugely popular Pulse RSS Reader that is on both Android and iOS devices had the honor of being showcased during the Honeycomb press conference yesterday. The presentation showed an updated UI that takes full advantage of all the new developer toys that are being included in the latest build of our favorite mobile OS.
Check out the full press release after the break. If you have not downloaded Pulse, I highly recommend it!
You may remember us interviewing Alphonso Labs about their slick visual newsreader called Pulse a while back on AGTN. We recommended the app highly, because it is such a joy
Several of us know what RSS means, maybe not what it stands for, but we have some general idea. If not, hopefully this will article will help. Don’t worry; I’ll