Even though Google Reader has long been dead, many of the tools that remained in its wake are still going strong, and the way that most users utilized the tool has gone largely unchanged. The conversion to Feedly was a rather smooth one in my opinion, and integration with some of my favorite apps, like gReader, has been flawless.
Today, gReader received a rather significant update to version 3.7, which brings about many new changes and improvements, including a pair of new themes, custom notifications, better shortcut management, and several others. Here's a look at the full changelog:
- NEW: 2 new beautiful themes: Blue and Green
- NEW: Custom notification for feeds (Pro)
- NEW: Create shortcut for subscriptions/tags
- NEW: Change settings in Tasker : Synchronization, Offline Usage, Notification, Theme
- NEW: OPML Export (Manage Sources)
- IMPROVED: RSS Reader (local) loading feed information
- IMPROVED: OPML Import (RSS Reader only)
- IMPROVED: Sort by feed now sorts like Manage sources
- FIXED: Display issue on some websites (cache contents should be saved again)
If you're already a gReader user, head into the Play Store to grab the update. If you've yet to check it out, do yourself a favor and hit the widget below.