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Free XPRSS “Fast and Lean” RSS Feed Reader

Luis let me know about a new RSS reader called XPRSS. It does not have the features of RSS readers like BerryReader but it definitely gets the job done. The best part is that it is totally free! XPRSS dubs itself as a “fast, lean and highly customizable reader presenting RSS stories in a clean interface.” I have to agree with that since it is really zippy on my Torch. The only reason I don’t use it is the lack of caching and Google Reader integration which I need since I am often on the subway without reception. Still if you are looking for a sweet RSS reader then XPRSS definitely fits the bill.


Features include:

  • Supports feed management (add/delete/edit)
  • Provides 3 different ways to add feed ( feed url, website search, topic search)
  • Configurable for personal feeds like myLinkedIn using automatic URL shortening with
  • Supports in-app email sharing
  • Supports facebook, twitter and linkedIn sharing
  • Supports RSS 2.0 and ATOM 1.0

STRATMobile is committed to listen and asks for user feedback and requests on XPRSS. They ask that you send feedback to [email protected]. You can pick up XPRSS free in App World at this link.

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  1. I used it a little bit a while back. I like it other than the lack of read vs unread, which kills it…

    It’s pretty fast and the UI is better than BerryReader imo

  2. Looks very promising. This is another type of app that in the long run should not cost money. So if they can fix a few things then they will get a good fan base.

  3. defenitely will try this app

  4. A nice option and who doesn’t love free? But, I’ll stick with BeReader and its Google Reader syncing. BeReader’s last update was good for me, especially with the Mark Items As Read versus Mark Feed As Read revision and Facebook/Twitter sharing.

  5. How about social feeds? It allows rss too..

  6. I will give this a go, I’m in need of an rss reader on my berry.

  7. Seriously impressed. With the default feeds, on an 8520, OS50.0.592… this application is super zippy.

  8. Mmm, such a pity. It fails to validate any new URL. Any other reader would have no issue. Needs some work it seems. Still very snappy to use.

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