Google will be soon adding the Dark Theme for the feed section for Pixel and non-Pixel phones. Currently, the Pixel users are used to the dark theme in the background for Pixel Launcher, app list, Quick Settings, and the Google Feed. But, the theme is completely dependent on the wallpaper and is not available for the entire interface. We are expecting the feature soon as Google is testing it out. Read More
The most awesome feed reading application, Reeder for iOS has been updated. The update adds support for Readability and fixes a few bugs. Readability is a service that allows users to save articles for reading later. The service also strips out all the ads and other irrelevant stuff, and presents the user with just plain text. Read More
Pulse News Reader, the critically acclaimed feed reading application for iPhone, iPad and Android has now gone free. Alphonso Labs have announced that their application will now be available to users for free across all platforms.
Feedly, the most sparkling feed reader that works as an extension in all major browsers has been submitted to Apple for review. The App will port the amazing feed reading application to the iPhone and will present your feeds in an exciting manner.
River of News is an easy to use RSS Reader for the iPad. River of News imports all your feed data from your Google Reader account and displays the content in an interactive manner. You could choose to view unread items, starred items or even view all items. The App is for $2.99 and can be downloaded from the App Store.
Pulse, the highly controversial news reader for iPad just got an update. The App is developed by Alphonso Labs and the update takes the App to version 1.1.4. The update does not include something completely new, but fixes some bugs and brings in a few new features.
Reeder is a RSS Reading application available on the App Store for $4.99. It is beautifully designed, highly customizable and makes feed reading fun. Reeder imports all your starred items, shared items and your subscribed content from your Google Reader Account and displays them in a gorgeous manner. It automatically creates a cache of your feeds for better offline reading and syncs all your data with your Google Reader Account.