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Smart Feed Reader

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Price: Free

Rating: 3.00/5 (3 votes)


Smart Feed Reader is a free, full-featured RSS, RDF and ATOM news reader for Android OS 2.1 or later. Manage your news automatically with Smart News Filtering, organize Feeds Groups by any criteria you choose – music, sport, movies and international news, rate the most interesting readings and share them with your friends and colleagues. Be Smart & Organized with Smart Feed Reader!

New version of SFR with improved Google Reader feeds synchronization is about to release, stay tuned!

Features:• Full support of RSS, RDF and ATOM feeds, import Google Reader feeds;• Offline reading of news;• Full-context search;• Widgets support;• Easy to manage feeds, personalized icons;• Customization of the feed update interval (global for all feeds and particular – for the selected feed);• Filtering stories by Author, Title, Content, Category for the best customization;• Automatic organizing feeds by categories;• Improved content sorting by Newer, Older, Unread, Read or Hide properties;• Highlighting of newly-added and updated news;• Automatic sorting news by Date: Today, Yesterday, Older;• Media Collection: easy to view pictures and play attached media;• Full-screen display of News (optional);• Easy sliding between news with a simple gesture;• Displaying news with a preview in the NewsList screen;• Star rating for the news;• Sharing content via E-Mail;• Support of landscape screen orientation.

Smart News Filtering: Personalize your content with Smart News Filtering – powerful and innovative feature that helps you to filter and manage your news automatically by Author, Title, Content, Category, etc. Each filter is made up of search condition to match specific parameter and action to perform. With Smart News Filtering you can automate copying news into custom folders, marking news, rating or just deleting it. You can have as many smart filters as you need!

Requirements:• Android 2.1 or later.

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