Download Jimex News Reader apk 2.2.5 free for Android smartphone

31 Aug
Jimex News Reader

Posted by Jimex in News & Magazines | Aug. 31, 2014 | 3 Comments

Apk file size: 3.0 MB

Jimex News Reader is a news reader as well as RSS reader

- Read BBC/Channel News Asia/Yahoo full news
- Highly customizability for user to create their own digester for mining the content from RSS
- User can add their favorite RSS feeds via feeds management
- Touch-And-Translate function, open Color Dict/MDict/Blue Dict when touch the words in news page
- TTS function to read the news for you, free your eyes
- Support video podcast, multi-thread downloading make it faster, download queue management
- User can customize their own template to show article through copy to the file from /sdcard/jimex/news_reader/template to /sdcard/jimex/news_reader/user_template, and then modify the html file for their own template

User manual (English):
User manual (Chinese):

Whats new

    1. Improve the stability of multi-task downloading
    2. Bug fixed and enhancement

Jimex part of our News & Magazines and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update Aug. 31, 2014. Google play rating is 90.8108. Current verison is 2.2.5. Actual size 3.0 MB.

Download jimex-news-reader.apk 3.0 MB


Howard Tang

Wonderful app....but This app can get 5 stars if it is compatible with Goldendict. Currently, Goldendict is the faster dictionary on Android OS, and is able to support 6 different formates of dictionaries. Any plan to make it compatible with Goldendict in the near future?

Anthony Tang

A well designed app with a dangerous stupid design I was changing the default cache folder from phone to SD card. However, since this app does not allow to create a new folder in it, I had to quit to launch a file manager app to do so. (Note!! now the cache folder was set to the root of the SD card but I was not aware!) Then I went back to Jimex to continue the operation. I noticed an option "Clear cache", and clicked it, in the hope that nothing needs to be copied when changing the cache folder. Now the disaster came: Jimex wiped out *EVERYTHING* in the "cache folder", which is the root of my SD card!!!! 53G data in my card was deleted! Fortunately, I realized the disastrous mistake immediately. Most of the data can be recovered. Suggestion to the developer: (1) When deleting "cache", do not simply remove everything under the cache folder. You have to be sure what is the cache and what is not. or else, (2) Simply create a "Jimex cache" folder under the user's chosen cache folder.

Carl Collins

Excellent concept. Best News App that I've tried. Great features. Nice customization possibilities.

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