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  1. Android News

    Feedly announces Mute Filters so you don't have to see items you don't like

    There aren't too many good RSS readers out there these days but Feedly is a popular option. The company has just announced what they're calling Mute Filtesr that you can setup to remove certain items from RSS feeds that you don't want to see.
  2. Android News

    6 of the best RSS apps for Android

    If you're looking for an RSS reader, Phandroid has put together an updated list of the best RSS apps for Android for 2016. Some of the choice options include Feedly, Palabre and Quote.
  3. Android News

    Creator of Fenix introduces Quote, an RSS reader

    The creator of Fenix -- one of the best Twitter apps for Android -- has launched a new wonder. It's called Quote, and it's an RSS reading app that places emphasis on ease of use, beautiful design, customization and clutter-free news reading. You can get a free ad-supported version, but an in-app...
  4. Android News

    gReader RSS Reader gets first update in months bringing a slew of new features

    For those of us who have moved on from Google Reader, one of the options that has been there is gReader. The app hasn't seen much love from its developer, but that's all changed. A recent update has started rolling out, bringing with it tweaks to the user interface, bug fixes, and multi-window...
  5. Android News

    You can now login to Feedly by creating a Feedly account

    Feedly has long asked people to sign up by connecting one of their social accounts, but if you don't want to or don't have a social account you can now sign up for an account directly through Feedly.
  6. Android News

    Palabre App Update Brings Support for More RSS Readers

    Palabre, from LevelUp Studios of Beautiful Widgets fame, has previously been all about consuming news from your Feedly account or manually added RSS feeds. With the 2.0 update, it has become expandable and gained support for Twitter, The Old Reader, Flickr, and Inoreader.