Keep Up to Date with NHL Hockey Feeds
If you’re a fan of NHL Hockey, you can keep up to date on the move with NHL Hockey Feeds for Android.
XDA forum member crater has developed his first fully functional Android application to aggregate news from several feeds of information for each of the 30 NHL teams. Plans for the future include adding more sources and a blog roll for each team. Currently, the app aggregates single feeds per team, but version 1.5 will include more sources.
The dev has requested that any request be emailed, including specific blogs that you would like included in the next version.
NHL Hockey Feeds is available for free in the Market, and there is also a donate version.
For more information, take a look at the application thread.
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