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Minimal RSS Beta for Android
Are you into getting the latest news directly in your home screen? If so, I am sure that you can name at least 10 RSS widgets available out there, but this one is slightly different. XDA member Joenrv presents this brand new minimalistic type RSS widget for Android devices. If you are keen on replacing every single graphical element with writing in your device, then you should definitely try this one out. So far, functionality is kept to basic features, but the looks makes it well worth it of any Minimalistic style home screen.
The widget is still in beta stage and the dev is looking for help to try and iron out the bugs that may be present in the app. So, please stop by and try this out.
Hi everyone !
Inspired by those awesome minimal clock widgets like SimiClock and TypoClock that i discovered in these forums, I decided to develop a practicle RSS widget with a simple and elegant display.
After a considerable amount of work I think it’s ready for a first Beta release, and I want my xda fellows to have it first !
At the moment the widget allows you to :
You can find more information in the application thread.
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