Google Reader Widget or Feed Widget

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  1. ezziriah

    ezziriah New Member

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    I look at quite a bit of blogs and news sites and have a ton saved through google reader, I'm loooking for something I could use on my droid that would sync all my feeds using google reader sync type deal, or some sort of rss feed I don't want something that is going to redirect me to a web based mobile site this is one kind of app I'd really like to find. I like being able to read blogs and news through out my day without having to get on my home computer to do so.:motdroidhoriz:
     
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    Right now I'm using Newsrob, it's free but a little bit buggy sometimes. But it gets the job done! You can even customize the settings to notify you if there is a new news item for a particular news site. I tried freedr (.99) but didn't like it very much, seemed really unorganized to me.
     
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    I also use NewsRob. Does a very good job of two-way syncing with Google Reader. Haven't tried Greed though.
     
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    had newsrob and went to greed
     
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    I don't like either.. both don't mark the feeds as read (and sync) very fast so I wind up looking at the same feed on a computer. Hopefully Google will make their own app soon.. that will at least work right the first time.
     
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    google reader's mobile site is far better than all the apps out there. just create a bookmark on your screen.
     
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    Sorry to dig up such an old post, but I was wondering if there are any readers that have widgets?

    Thanks,
    Glenn
     
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    newsrob does with the paid version of the app.
     
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