Does what I want an RSS reader to do: import and export OPML files, allow easy tweeting of articles to multiple accounts and organize sources into folders (segregating news sources who fudge times and dates to put their stories at the tops of feeds). RSS is still the best way to consume news, although many news outlets don't like it. RSS Savvy is up there with the very best readers.
Reads feeds and displays them well. After greader pro stopped working this little app is an awesome alternative. With the developer listening to feedback and not only fixing bugs but also features, I can highly recommend this little app.
UPDATE: Talk about an awesome dev. I was literally the only person who reported a problem with the last update and he emailed in less than an hour and eventually solved the problem. 5 stars EASY After latest update several feeds no longer work BUT work on my other samsung.
I like it when it's working, but it has an issue with half of my feeds where it just stops updating after a month, and the only way to get those feeds back is to readd them. I'm looking for a new reader without that issue. Otherwise it's a nice reader
After testing at least 10 other similar apps, this one comes closest to what one could need for organizing / reading rss feeds. If only we could choose our notification sounds or vibration for new feeds... !!!
This is a perfect reader but since switching from the blackberry system to android, I find it has some bugs... feeds don't refresh properly.
- New context menus to delete all items above or below in the list.
- Enhanced https redirect support.
- Improved ad-blocking to prevent a number of popular feeds from redirecting to a blank page after a few seconds.
- Increased cache lifetime to prevent deleted articles coming back from the dead after long feed outages.