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Widget Minimal Reader for Android
XDA member Joenrv presents Minimal Reader for your Android device, an interesting customizable News Widget with a handy Pop-Up function. Whether you are off-line or on-line, you can stay tuned with your favorite news with this simple to use app. Start using Minimal Reader by simply adding it to your home screen as a widget, import your feeds from Google Reader, tweak the settings, and play with the different displays.
The free version contain ads and you can grab it on the market.
Originally posted by Joenrv
[WIDGET] Minimal Reader Pro v1.3 – Updated 21/03/2011
Hi again everyone !
Remember me and my Minimal RSS Widget ?
Well thanks to the XDA community feedback, support and motivation, it has evolved into something bigger, better and simply way more awesome
Let me introduce you to Minimal Reader Pro, my finest News Reader Widget.
Market Link // Appbrain Link // AndroidPit Link (paypal supported)
I’ve uploaded it as a paid app, consider it my donate version, with a whole bunch of cool extra features
This time, no more typing feeds URLs, you are one click away from your Google Reader subscriptions, where it’s easy to search, add, rename your favourite feeds. You can still add manually feeds with their URLs like before if you feel like it, but i strongly recommend having all your feeds stored in your google reader account.
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