Create Your Own Android Application With AppYet
Blogging and website creation has become a huge fad; some do it for fun and others for business. Whatever your creative purposes are, you can benefit from AppYet. This website gives you the freedom to transform any RSS/Atom feed into a simple Android application.
Turn your own website(s) or your favorite website(s) into Android application(s) to share with everyone. Fast, free and shockingly easy.
Your application will allow readers to mark favorites for later viewing, view your articles and images offline, and even receive notification of new and exciting content. Thanks to XDA member mingqlin, you can have confidence that your readers will never miss an article.
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