mic_888 · Dec 26, 2010 at 06:00 pm

TTRSS-Reader, An Android Client For Tiny Tiny RSS

If you’ve heard of the project Tiny Tiny RSS (tt-rss.org), a PHP-based online feedreader which runs on your own webspace, you might be interested in XDA forum member lordnils‘s Android client.

For those that have not heard of Tiny Tiny RSS, it is a php/javascript-based reader with a Google reader like interface, running on your own server with mysql/postgresql and php. It supports multiple user accounts, feed-categories, labels, sharing of articles and automatic updates.

ttrss-reader was originally started by J.Devauchelle at code.google.com and was adopted by lordnil. It requires the server-application in order to work and you’ll need to enable API for the user-account. The app is available for free in the Market and is ad-free.

For more information, head on over to the application thread.

Want something on the XDA Portal? Send us a tip!


mic_888 is an editor on XDA-Developers, the largest community for Android users. I've been around XDA since 2007 when I bought the HTC Touch, well things have moved on a lot since then, and I've tried my hand at developing for WM and Android (still learning), but wanted to contribute more by becoming a News Writer for XDA. I write mainly Android articles, and some Windows Mobile. We're always sifting through the masses of threads for front page news, but do let me or the other guys know if you think anything is newsworthy including any breaking news! View mic_888's posts and articles here.
Jimmy McGee · Jun 30, 2015 at 06:00 am · 3 comments

Make Your Network Smart – XDA Xposed Tuesday

We rave about the features and abilities of our smartphones. However, in order for the device to be so smart, there is a lot of items running in the background. Running all these processes behind the curtain can impact battery life. If you can control how often something runs in the background, you may be able to get some more battery life out of your device. In this episode of XDA Xposed Tuesday, XDA TV Producer TK reviews an Xposed...

Emil Kako · Jun 29, 2015 at 01:36 pm · 5 comments

Do You Have Insurance on Your Smartphone?

While affordable smartphones are becoming more available, the majority of high-end flagships are still upwards of $600. With these devices carrying such a hefty price, people look for different ways to protect their investment. The most popular way to protect your smartphone is just to buy a case, but many people like the added peace of mind that comes with insuring your phone. We're interesting in seeing just how many of you actually buy insurance on your smartphone. Let us know why or why not in the comments below.

Share This