What is the best RSS feed application?

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    Was wondering what Android 2.0 compatible RSS feed application is the best?
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    FeedR is my vote.
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    I use NewsRob.
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    Greed is supposed to be a good one.
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    Nice suggestion I like it a lot. It seems like the most full function freeware. Thanks!
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    Ill check these other 2 out. Thought FeedR was suppose to be the best RSS free app.

    I guess people aren't fans of having an RSS widget on the main page, eh?
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    Same here. Great app.
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    I am trying to decide between FeedR and NewsRob, leaning towards NewsRob. I like the layout of the feeds better in NewsRob and the fact that you can go from article to article instead of expanding and collapsing the list structure of FeedR.
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    FeedR for me!
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    FeedR.....
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    Personally I like Google Reader and just use the mobile web version - this way you keep everything in sync on your PC/phone.
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    NewsRob syncs with Google Reader so everything stays in sync between PC and phone. I switch between FeedDemon on multiple PCs and NewsRob on the phone and it all works smoothly with the feeds kept nicely in sync.
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    I agree...Google reader is where its at.
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