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Feeds Offers Another Google Reader Client for BlackBerry

feeds google reader Since Viigo bit the dust and stopped working in BlackBerry 6 I have been on the hunt for a solid RSS reader with good caching. So far the best I have found is BerryReader which works well though it crashes and freezes often and does not have a good offline cache of all your articles.

CDJ Studios released a new Google Reader Client called Feeds which seems similar to Unread but they are promising full offline support in the future. The app has full two way integration with Google reader with the ability to set controls on what downloads and cut down on data usage.

The price is right for Feeds at $2.99 in App World but currently I find that BerryReader does a better job though it costs more. Hopefully some competition will lead to a better RSS client since BerryReader has not seen an update in awhile.

CDJ Studios is promising that future versions of Feeds will add as a free upgrade:

  • Full offline support
  • Background support
  • Sharing items via email, SMS, and PIN messaging
  • Third party services such as Read it Later and Instapaper (more to be added**)

via CrackBerry

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  1. Berry Reader is currently 50% off ($4.99) through Blackberry App World.

  2. If you are looking for an RSS Feeder for OS 6. why not just use the BlackBerry Social Feed Application, it works great and its FREE

  3. Used to use ARR!SS before I got the Torch and the developer (Ryan) has not updated his app in ages..

    Social Feeds does not have Google Reader integration and may not be the right option for some

    Was unable to try Feeds as there is no Trial download available

    So far, happy with my Berry Reader purcase (look out for the 50% off days to get it for under $5, which is what I did). Works great with Google Reader, keeping my Feeds in sync with the Desktop..

  4. I’m looking to abandon Viigo even though I’m only on an OS 5.0, since it is apparent they are never going to fix their massive memory leak problems.

    Trying Berry Reader but its a hard switch after 3 years experience on Viigo.

  5. Hello Ronen Halevy,

    Did you find a way to get to folders view from the drop down menu as advertised in their website ?
    I have tried everything and can’t get to the folders view.

    All i got was All items, Starred Items and Shared items.
    If you can point out the way would be much appreciated.


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