Android never lacks when it comes to great reading apps like Google Currents, Flipboard, and Pocket. A new player in this space is Flow Reader. This free news-reading app sends articles to your Android phone or tablet, while syncing with Google Reader.
Flow Reader is built for simplicity and speed. It lets you store content offline, filter articles that you have read, or even add your own custom filters for a faster, cleaner experience. With filters, your feeds are kept simple, allowing you to avoid the hassle of sorting through hundreds of Google Reader items, and letting you focus on only the most important news for the day.
For example. you can filter articles by author if you want to keep track of your favorite writers. Setting up a custom filter for specific topics allows you to pierce through the noise and saves you time.
You can also do the usual things a good RSS reader app would let you do, including starring articles, mark when read, switching through subscriptions and stories, and sync stories seamlessly. Flow Reader hates ads, and that’s why its own algorithm will scan your articles and block ads for you.
Flow Reader creates a good marriage of function and simplicity, a must for well-designed mobile apps. The app is available free at the Google Play Store.
- Sleek and simple Google Reader app for Android.
- Filter news items using your own tags.
- Sort through subscriptions and news items quickly.
- Mark and filter read and unread items.
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Check out Flow Reader @ https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=info.ribs.rssflow