Spotlight: Palabre is a beautiful and functional all-in-one RSS reader app for Android

Developer: LevelUp StudiosDownload: Android
Category: News & MagazinesPrice: Free

Chances are that you want to stay in touch with all the latest news and you use an RSS feed reader app that lets you do just that. If that's the case, you probably already have a favorite RSS reader, but this doesn't mean you shouldn't look into great alternatives.

This is exactly what Palabre is - an excellent all-around Material Design RSS app that has all the features you might want to have in an app of that ilk. Sure, it has a customizable interface, allowing you to change the layout of the app as well as the theme, but the most important feature remain the supported content and news providers.

Palabre supports Feedly, Flickr, Inoreader, The Old Reader, Twitter, Feedbin, and lots of other major feed sources. Formats like RSS 2.0 and Atom are also supported, and so is the import of OPML feeds. You can save articles for offline viewing or check these out straight on your Android Wear device. As you can see, all the basics are covered.

If you're serious about your RSS feeds, you definitely might want to try this app, we promise it will likely meet your expectations!


1 Comment

1. GreenMan

Posts: 2698; Member since: Nov 09, 2015

Who use RSS nowadays, eh? Considering this is an hour old post and still no comments so far pretty much explains it... Most people here don't even know what the heck is an RSS... I was an avid RSS User when I had a Nokia N70 & later a Blackberry Bold 3, not anymore... Twitter does it WAY better than RSS... With RSS, you've to scroll through all that junk to find the news you fancy reading... On Twitter, you just click what you want to see and just ignore the others... But thanks for the heads up anyway... G'Day!

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