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LevelUp Studio's RSS Reader Palabre 3.0 Adds Customizable Appearance And Keyword Muting

Even with things like Flipboard and Google Play Newsstand, RSS readers still remain popular. Since Google killed the popular Reader service in 2013, RSS readers seem to have grown in popularity and usage. Today one of the major RSS apps available on Android, Palabre, is getting a massive update to version 3.0.

WHAT'S NEW

  • Custom colors (premium)
  • Text to Speech
  • Mute and notify keywords
  • History
  • Widget settings
  • Roboto font option for the articles
  • Offline mode improvements
  • Fixes and UI improvements

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Right: list of articles, arranged in a tile fashion. Left: article view. When scrolled the options on the app bar disappear.

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Feedly Opens Up Its API To The Public, Welcomes The Creation Of Third-Party Apps And Services

Millions of people have turned to Feedly as their Google Reader replacement, and while it isn't quite the same, it's now taking a big step towards making the similarity all the more uncanny. In an acknowledgement that one size does not fit all and in an effort to grow Feedly from a product into a platform, the team has decided to open up the Feedly API. They're welcoming outside developers to create apps and other experiences that can take advantage of the Feedly cloud.

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The team has worked with fifty developers over the past six months to create an API that is flexible enough to serve many different types of products, including readers, enterprise apps, dashboards, etc.

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