DEAR MR PAVEL ASEEV...!!!! MR. So CALLED A PHD STUDENT...... I'M SO IMPRESSED BY YOUR TITLE THAT YOU HAVEN'T EVEN EARNED YET....JUST A MERE STUDENT..... YOU REALLY SHOULDN'T SUGGEST NOTHING TO THE DEVELOPER..... YOU'RE SO INTIMIDATING BY YOUR PhD. " BIG HEAD " .....I'M TRISSTEN......I HAVE A B.A IN ENGLISH AND TWO MASTERS DEGREES IN LOGIC AND PHILOSOPHY..... SPECIALIZING ALSO IN METAPHYSICS..... SO WHY DON'T YOU TAKE YOUR REQUEST.....MR. PAVEL ASEEV....AND THINK TWICE...... I SUFFERED FOR MY ART...NOW IT'S YOUR TURN!!!!!
One great feature, two missing features, and one weird but trivial bug Along with RSSDemon, it's one of the best. Especially the ability to have different auto update schedules for different feeds. I'd like the ability to order feeds (or have them auto order by most recent update) and easier access to updating a feed (like tugging on the top). The really weird bug is that it replaces the word "color" in feeds with "DelBySFR", so an item mentioning Colorado becomes DelBySFRado. Trivial, but odd.
Duplicate(unread) deletion feature request Hi. The app is amazing and helping me a lot during my PhD. Here is a feature request: could you introduce the option to remove duplicated items while they are unread. I created several feeds which are using different search engines and when they find the same article they all put it into my feed. I sort them with your app rules to folders. But normally end up with 2-3 duplicates of the article. Please, make them be only one.
Great raw feed reader I use News+ as it works with feed reader services, bit this would be my go to app for raw RSS feeds.
Breath of fresh air I'd been looking for a simple but feature complete stand alone feed reader that didn't reqire any web services and finally found this. It works well and has an intuitive interface so I think I'll be sticking with it. Thanks to the developers for their work.
Filters seem to be not feed specific
- Improved application stability, usability and performance.
- Added an option to download and cache the whole article for later reading in the offline mode