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Posted April 4, 2014 at 03:30 pm by Tomek Kondrat
With good reason, our current era is called the age of information. We have various different types of media at our disposal, all informing us of some groundbreaking events. And then the popularity of smartphones makes accessing this information even easier than ever. What could ever better than a small device connected to the Web that can be pulled out of our pockets in a few seconds and show us any piece of information we would ever want to see?
One of the most convenient methods of accessing news over the Internet is still RSS. Combined with a mobile device, RSS is still quite powerful. And since mobile technology isn’t our only interest, many of us also enjoy reading from sites like BBC and CNN to get appris. . . READ ON »
Posted January 31, 2014 at 05:00 am by Tomek Kondrat
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 looki. . . READ ON »
Posted November 28, 2013 at 09:00 pm by Tomek Kondrat
The tempo of life is incredibly fast nowadays. Having to keep pace and an overall lack of time are main reasons why people use news feed readers. Information needs to be extremely fast and reliable… fast like a jet.
Many of you browse various news sites to get information about politics, technology, and sports. Browsing when mobile, however, can become difficult when connection speeds are less than ideal and pages are relatively heavy. In these situations, a good old-fashioned RSS reader is still one of best way to get information. Luckily, there are quite a few Android apps designed to read your news feed. One of them, NewsJet, was recently made by XDA Forum Member nikanorov.
The main purpose of NewsJet i. . . READ ON »