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Pipeline Pro Brings Google Reader Offline on the BlackBerry PlayBook

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While I am pretty happy with GeeReader there is now some competition in the Google Reader client space for the BlackBerry PlayBook. Tajddin from Magnoware let us know about the release of their slick Pipeline application. Pipeline comes in a Pro and Free version but the Pro version ($2.99) is where its worth checking out. The free version essentially acts as a simple RSS reader. The Pro version on the other hand throws in Google Reader integration along with the ability to view articles and images offline. They also let you share articles by email in the pro version.

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The free version comes with a 14 day trial of the Pro version so definitely try it. While the Free version is not bad I highly recommend the pro version if you want offline caching.

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Let us know what you think and thanks to Tashanna for pointing it out before!

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  1. I like it. Does anyone know a good rss site I can add that has a couple of paragraphs of news in the feed? NYT and Guardian usually just have a sentence and then direct to website.

  2. The free was supposed to have a trial that let’s you log into greader. That never worked so I won’t be getting pro. I’ll stick with gee.

  3. I have the free ver and able to sync with google reader. You have to pull down from the top and you will see the option for your google reader account.

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