Download Any RSS reader + widget apk 4.1.1 free for Android smartphone

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Any RSS reader + widget

Posted by Androidsx in News & Magazines | July 16, 2010 | 34 Comments

Apk file size: 188.0 KB

AnyRSS puts any RSS feed you like directly onto your home screen.

Choose from 50+ sources (BBC, CNN, Gizmodo, Google News, Engadget, Androinica, ...) or just pick any other feed.

Almost 0% battery usage. 3 widget sizes. Super simple config. Works offline. Share.

Open as an application too!

Androidsx part of our News & Magazines and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update July 16, 2010. Google play rating is 78.4772. Current verison is 4.1.1. Actual size 188.0 KB.

Download any-rss-reader-widget.apk 188.0 KB

34 Comments

A Google User

Not bad, but could use more options like changing text size/colour. Also, why can't I delete custom feeds?

A Google User

Thought this rss reader would allow enable multiple sources...it doesn't. Would be great if it did

A Google User

FML and Engadget all day! Great app keeps me up on my engadget and fml. You guys need to add full screen support for qHD screens though its weird looking so small

A Google User

v4.1: Using to track Amazon Lightning Deals (twitter rss @AmazonDeals). Ok but limited feature set. Gets job done tho. Droid X.

A Google User

Great but needs the ability to delete feeds. I hate having extra, useless feeds in my list, and I hate having to reinstall AnyRSS to clear them out.

A Google User

Refunded. Have yet to find a perfect rss widget. Needs more then one rss feed per widget. And scrolling. Htc has a great one but I now have a moto.

A Google User

4.0 fc Please update for ics, widgets no longer work

A Google User

Horizontal scrolling could be much more smoother. Moto droid 2.1

A Google User

Nice Widget works like a charm on Samsung SII with ICS but I would like the option to update the feed more frequent than 1hr. Give me 15min and I'll give five stars.

A Google User

Problem: in list view, hold an item, view single. Go back to the list, exit. Re-opening the widget defaults to single item display instead of a list.

A Google User

Why click backwards for new stories? Plus not enough content for the space

A Google User

inconsistent widget format/views. widget settings sometimes reset themselves. better free rrs apps available, y pay for this?

A Google User

Works perfectly on Evo!

A Google User

Doesn't take full advantage of screen real estate - I have half a screen for this widget & it gives me 1 line per feed!

A Google User

Great app. Love reading the feeds when traveling. Updates when I want.

A Google User

Not great, sticking with NewsRoom

A Google User

Great as little more than basic reader. Needs update all feeds option, also save/delete custom feeds options. Updates would get 5 stars.

A Google User

How about a feature to let you delete custom feeds?

A Google User

Now it has an app view, and saves custom URLs!

A Google User

Doesn't seek feeds but it does what I need it to do

A Google User

Can't search for Rss feeds

A Google User

Only thing missing is viewing feeds in the app vs. the widget, but they acknowledge it's in the works.

A Google User

Why is there no rss widget to view more than 1 headline/entry at once

A Google User

Why has DroidLife rss feeds stopped working it works on droidss

A Google User

Would be great if you didn't constantly have to reset the view to list after reading an article

A Google User

Great Looking but it does get stuck when you have more then a few feeds as widgets

A Google User

Good rss widgets. But its really hard for me to press the refresh and arrow buttons without selecting the widget

A Google User

Great widget fast easy to use and reliable

A Google User

Great widget, but after restart hangs on "Loading..." on HTC Hero, 5 stars when fixed.

A Google User

After the Engadget fix it's perfect now.

A Google User

Really good

A Google User

On almost all the feeds I wanted,BBC,engadget, CNN,they all had error messages except for Google news of course.N1

A Google User

Pretty good. Annoying that you have to re enter feed url when you delete the widget

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