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JustReader Updated – Honeycomb Support Added!
It seems that RSS readers are becoming quite popular these days. With the flow and amount of information in this world of ours, one has to be on top of things. This is also, very useful for break room banter for those of you who work in offices. As times and our devices evolve, so must most apps and with that in mind, XDA member enacu has just released a new version of his infamous JustReader for Android devices. This new update comes loaded with features, with the most prevalent one being that now Honeycomb is among the supported OS’ as well. If you are a Sense user and miss the News widget in your tab, you will like the fact that this will give you a similar, if not better, experience for all your news cravings. Other nice features include themes to choose from, several accounts to follow, and swiping to change stories, among a few more.
The new release is still under heavy testing, so if you would like to give some feedback, the dev will thank you for it.
JustReader is a Google Reader client for Android.
We focused on these features:
*honeycomb tablet support
*full offline support
*fast and customizable UI
*share/star fully supported
*swipe to switch article
*font size can be changed
You can find more information in the application thread.
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