Very pleased to see the update to Material Design. It a fun service that I enjoy using. Unfortunately the feed has fewer sources than Feedly that open full articles, but I suppose that's probably not the point. It still doesn't do a great job keeping track of how many articles have been read, with the unread marker often being inaccurate. And, though I'm pleased to see tablets supported without forcing random portrait orientation, I do wish it did a better job taking advantage of the tablet format. There is a great deal of wasted potential.
Unmatched Digg provides its users an amazing interface to get consistently up to date, high quality and realavent articles. Their advertisements are non intrusive and more often than not, they are interesting and I find myself clicking on them to see what they are offering. Thanks for fixing the share button issue!
Overall, a very good app. However, I have to give less stars because of one issue that's been obnoxious in this program for at least the past year, possibly longer. When reading an article, if I rotate my device, the screen redraws and I'm dumped back to the top of whatever I was reading. Not a huge issue most times, but if I'm reading a longer article and I set my device down, it can be pretty frustrating to have to scroll through and try to find my place again. Also, the sponsored ads are kind of a nuisance. I'd love a version I could pay for to turn these off.
Ever since the fall of Google Reader I've been looking for the right replacement. Feedly's unwillingness to keep items older than 30 days is a deal breaker for me, so I've been trying everything else. I like the Digg reader, but for some reason seem completely unable to figure out how to mark items as unread in this app. Am I missing something obvious?
Excellent I used to use Inoreader. This is far superior in every category. It also has a web application that is equally as awesome. So you can access the same thing from your laptop or computer, even where you left off.
Suggestion Please make an inbuilt browser so that every time a user needs to view a link, he can see it in the app itself. Right now, to read an article or view a video, the user needs to open the link in third party browsers. It is irritating.
◆ Fixed article share bug
◆ Updated app icon to follow material design guidelines