Stay up to Date on Android News with Android Hub
RSS readers are quite popular, especially on mobile devices. They allow us to easily access our favorite news sites, such as the XDA Portal, without actually visiting the site itself. This is beneficial, as our small screens aren’t ideal for reading the full versions of various websites. Thus, it’s important to have a solid RSS reader app.
An application created by XDA Forum Member Line.Dev is something that every Android enthusiast should try. This reader includes all the major Android news sites, including the XDA Portal, in its default list of news providers so no special configuration is required to stay up to date about Android and its best development works. Android Hub is also a good looking application, with three themes available, making changing the visuals a piece of cake. There is also an option to browse the newest videos about Android from various popular YouTube channels.
If you don’t want to miss a thing, Android Hub is an app that you should check out. You can find more information in the application thread.
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