03
Jan
10

NewsRoom RSS quick review

So, I recently bought the NewsRoom RSS app by Trileet Inc. So far, I’m really liking it.

I’m a big news junkie, especially when it comes to phones, and it’s nice to be able to look at new blogs on my favorite websites in a nice interface.

When you open the application, you get icons for your favorite sites (you can select from some they list or enter your own).  In the upper right hand corner of the icon will be a number indicating if there are any new updates.  Clicking on an icon will bring up the feeds for that site, and it brings them up in card form.  You start with the newest one first, and by swiping to the right, you can go through previous articles that were updated.  Swiping up will open that particular article into an actual page that is built into the app.  Once done reading, you can swipe back down to go back to the cards.  The app gives you four pages to load up, allowing nine icons per page.  While on any of the four main pages, swiping down will give you the option to mark all feeds as read.

One really neat option of this app are widgets.  You can select to place a widget of your favorite site on your Android home screen.  When the widget is clicked, it will open that feed in the NewsRoom RSS app.

Overall, I’m really liking this app.  There is a trial of the app in the Android Marketplace.  Price is $4.99.  Well worth it, in my opinion.

I’ll post some videos from their website so you can get an idea of what I’m talking about.

NewsRoom RSS video

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