Requiring users to pay for a black theme is bad business. It obviously saves a significant amount of power on AMOLED devices and I won't use apps that don't offer it, especially if there's a viable alternative that does, which in this case there is. I definitely won't use or recommend this app to anyone else. Considering charging for advanced features that aren't imho a necessity.
Can I give more than a 5 star review. Oh my goodness. I have been searching and tinkering with so many devises and programs trying to create what this app does. I have finally found my solution. I have a wide variety of interests. The problem is, how do I explore topics without getting bogged down with the sheer volume of information being thrown at me? Solution? This app. I added each one of my YouTube subscriptions and other sites as RSS feeds into feedly and organized them by genre. I then added them onto this app and added a widget to my homescreen. Perfect organization. This also has a widget that lets you view your feed based off of your twitter lists! No other app I could find did this. On top of that, the widget has images! Just absolutely exactly what I was looking for. So far, it is smooth and functioning well for me. I'm sure it does even more than I have discovered. This app is awesome.
Update 27.10.17: Beware, still no offline mode. False advertising. This app is useless. It just looks nice. Palabre DOES NOT save articles for offline reading. The one and only feature I expect from a rss reader...
I like the app but it seems to be quite unstable. Only app that manages to completely crash my phone on a regular basis. No updates for quite a while.. Edit: seems abandoned, still crashing on a regular basis
Once you pay for Pro it is an awesome app. Feature request: One thing that is missing for me is that you can't see the alternate text for an image. For example xkcd puts a second joke in the "> part. In chrome you can see it by long-pressing an image.
Dev REALLY needs to offer a way to turn off "Similar Content" section. For a "personal" RSS reader, by forcing content YOU think I should read is ANYTHING but personal. Add page "flicks" like Feedly to be awesome.
Articles can be closed by swiping up or down
Article images can now be swiped away in the image viewer
Adaptive icons (for Android Oreo)
Notification channels (for Android Oreo)
App shortcuts for keywords
A lot of bugfixes
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