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JustReader -Google Reader- for Android Updated
XDA member enacu told us about an update for JustReader, a Google Reader client with an user-friendly interface for off line browsing. The app features downloading images of articles for later off line reading, adding an account right from your Android device or entering a custom login and password, using swipe gestures, auto synchronization, and more.
The latest version 1.6 is fast and supports multiple Google Reader accounts. Only differences with the paid version are:
Supports future development of JustReader
No restrictions on off line work
You can get it on the market.
Originally posted by enacu
[APP] JustReader (Google Reader) – 1.0.10 (updated 09 mar 2011)
New version of JustReader is out!
JustReader is a Google Reader client for Android.
We focused on these features:[*]offline images support[*]multiple accounts[*]fast and customizable UI[*]dark/light themes[*]share/star fully supported[*]swipe to switch article[*]font size can be changed[/LIST] Next releases will introduce many new UI features, but I’ll try to leave application fast as possible.
- new swipe gestures
- basic podcasts support
- new buttons
- night theme
- many little things
Continue to the application thread.
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