Since Google Reader passed away, those who still read today via RSS we are divided. Some people use Feedly , others prefer Palabre , Inoreader , gReader… The latter has just received its first update since August last year , which includes several enhancements.
You can get the 4.3.0 version of gReader in Google Play. Among the innovations is the use of Chrome Custom Tabs , multi-window support for LG, and some small changes to the interface and options
At first glance, is not great Unlike
probably the first thing you do when you update gReader is to open an article in your feed to see how it works in the Chrome Custom Tabs , but you’re in for a disappointment as the way preview is the same as it was before. The Custom Chrome Tabs are only used to open the item in question full mode (playing in the Chrome icon in the toolbar).
in addition to support for the multiventana LG (note: the Samsung already supported), the other improvements focus on sweep a little house after so long without updating. This is the case of bug fixes, performance improvements and removal of Instapaper Mobilizer.
Finally, the changelog also mentions a Enhanced interface , with better slip in the list of items and other improvements in the options window and subscription options. However, the changes are quite subtle because after reviewing all the sections one by one, before and after the upgrade, only I found a couple of differences.
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The news gReader is updated with Custom Chrome Tabs, multiwindow support and more improvements was originally published in Engadget Android by Ivan Ramirez .
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