Paperboy, an RSS reader for Android handy and lightweight


left;”> The feed readers are one of those essential applications for any android who wants to be well informed. They come in all types, with a full recommendation, light, with synchronization on all networks … today we bring PaperBoy , a reader-oriented lightweight and comfortable reading created some time ago and now in its sixth version, which has been completely redesigned to suit the times. Paperboy has full sync Feedly , with the functions of the pro version as the search form.

left;”> PaperBoy includes over 25 million feeds on the recommendations of articles, and to include your personal sources. Sufficient to enter your search engines any blog or newspaper which may be of interest include amount. Paperboy has no advertising, also supports offline reading.

left;”> The new design is adapted depending on whether you’re on a tablet or smartphone and allow us to categorize, share and see the most popular articles of the day. It also has the classic notification bar and shortcuts to favorite texts. Also adds integration with Pocket and Night , two essential functions for any self-respecting reader

left;”>  paperboy-tablet

This sixth version of the design has further improved performance. It is difficult to find any problems in the interface and usability of Paperboy, and we have seen how to read between the different items we crave much easier than from other applications of feeds.

The next news will integration Evernote to quickly create notes from selected articles, downloading images and recommendations from other users, style presumably Zite .

The application is available for free on Play Store and all those who are still not satisfied with your RSS reader les recommend that you get a chance to PaperBoy.

left;”> “> Application Google Play

Article was published in The Free Android (The Android Blog reference. Apps, News, Games Free and Android smartphones)

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Paperboy, an RSS reader for Android handy and lightweight
Source: english  
December 27, 2013

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