Top 5 RSS reader apps for Android

With our fast changing lifestyles, smartphones are becoming an integral part of us. We are constantly on the move and in a hurry so we tend to skip the news every now and then. Today we have for you the list of top 5 RSS reader applications for Android devices which keep you updated and never let you skip a single thing, all on the move.

1. gReader App For Android

gReader Pro For Android

gReader Pro For Android

gReader is a simple, fast and intuitive feed/RSS reader for Android which comes with podcast support and full offline support. It helps you read all your RSS/feed news in one place and it lets you do that as easily as going through your mailbox. It relies on Feedly and the Older Reader for serving you the RSS feeds. It comes with widget support too and can read out your articles as well. gReader is one of the most simple, quick and intuitive RSS reader apps out there on the Play Store. It can be downloaded here.

2. Flipboard App For Android

Flipboard App For Android

Flipboard App For Android

How can Flipboard be missed when we are talking about RSS readers. Flipboard has a magazine like user interface and you can catch up on the news, read stories from around the world and browse the articles, videos and photos friends are sharing through the application. Refreshing the content through RSS apps integrated with it takes a few swipes and once you get the hang of things, it become pretty easy to navigate. The user interface is quite user friendly. It can be downloaded here.

3. Feedly App For Android

Feedly App For Android

Feedly App For Android

Feedly is one of the most popular RSS readers that have gained immense popularity post the Google Reader going into oblivion. Instead of having to hunt down for news, feedly aggregates the contents of your favorite sites and delivers them as a fast mobile-optimized experience. Feedly is an RSS news reader that has been optimised pretty well for android phones and tablets. It makes browsing faster and more fun: the content of your rss feeds, news sites and blogs are transformed into pocket-sized cards which load very fast and are easy to browse. This one is actually my personal favourite and I run it on a tablet and smartphone both so can actually vouch for it. You can download it here.

4. Press App For Android

Press App For Android

Press App For Android

Press is the best one out there if you can shell out Rs 180 for it. The buying applications in culture is still catching up in India but is still in its nascent stages. It syncs with Feedly, Feed Wrangler, Feedbin, and Fever and they have already showcased that they are the best in business. The sweetest deal in the package is the immersive mode which is meant for adjustment according to your reading but is available only on KitKat running devices. It gives you a good experience of going through your RSS feeds courtesy of its intuitive and elegant design. Things would have been better if it was free because the apps and websites it integrates with have released their own free apps such as the Feedly mentioned above.You can check it out here.

5. RSS reader App For Android

RSS Reader For Android

RSS Reader For Android

How could we miss the app which is named after the category we are talking about. The application has a clean UI and it can easily  sync with your favorite sites, blogs, and more all in one place. It will provide you with a notification for an update and will account for a pretty good widget too. Its UI is its USP and it is the no-nonsense getting things done RSS reader app whose functionality you’d surely appreciate. It can be downloaded here.

Conclusion

With Google reader put to rest about an year ago, these RSS reader apps have surely taken the charge pretty well. All of them are as functional and as useful as the other one. You wouldn’t be going wrong no matter which way you go with these apps. Do drop in with your comments to let us know your opinion about them.

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jasonford
December 30, 2014 10:44 pm 10:44 PM

I found in these apps, the news / topics are mostly pre-selected, you can’t search of your own. Besides, in most apps, you can’t increase the text size or maybe just to a certain size, which is still small and very difficult for me to read on my phone. And sometimes, in like Feedly, when I clicked on a news, there was just a summary of the news, not the full story or even no content.

Ganesh
May 26, 2014 8:48 pm 8:48 PM

List is useless without the best of the best! Below are the best:
Inoreader
Newsblur
Taptu

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