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There is a dearth of official apps for google's own services on google's own mobile OS. No official Google Reader App, no official widget. That may be because they work on optimizing the mobile versions of those web-services, to obviate the need for an additional app. You've already got the browser -- why install an app for a web-service? This 2008 ...
Android doesn't have a built-in RSS feed reader, but there are many RSS feed reader apps (and websites) that will happily import an OPML file. If you want to use a website, or an app with a website-synced back end, then Google Reader is very popular, and you can definitely import OPML files into Google Reader. On your device you can then either visit the ...
NewsRob Pro also fetches the full feeds. You can choose between Readability and some other methods. It works but I'm not a huge fan, it was just the best one that I found (I didn't try D7 though).
After posting the question here, I contacted all the different developers of google reader apps on the android market that I could find. So far only one developer has answered whose app does exactly what I'm looking for, but 1 is good enough! https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.droidlab7.reader.pro I've tried it out on a Gawker Media RSS ...
I would recommend another way of fetching RSS feeds to your cell phone: Synchronize News Reader to your Google Account (to read news from Google Reader - it should be available there) From your 'big' computer add this URL (http://android.stackexchange.com/feeds) to your subscription in Google Reader. You should see news from Android.SE in your News Reader ...
According to my market, market differs according to your country, there is no "official google reader" app. May I suggest downloading NewsRob, it's in the market and there are two versions; paid and free, and even the free version features a widget to launch the application, which is simple and light, and it even has a very good feature, you can make the app ...
Feedr seems to offer Google Reader integration and uses the Android Account Manager so that you don't have to give your credentials to the app itself.
I have Goodnews installed and am very satisfied with it. It is very (!!) customizable in terms of look and feeld and basically features what you ask for. (actually I use it more or less like you want ;) ) 1) Simply look at the "All Items" list. 2) You can check "Mark Items out of view as read" (or such - I don't have it here at the moment, so I can't look ...
TalkAndroid.com has this list of the top 5 RSS readers for andoid here. gReader (3rd party app requires your google credentials) FeedR (costs 1.99) FastReader (3rd party app requires your google credentials) FeedSquares (3rd party app requires your google credentials) NewsRob (3rd party app requires your google credentials)
I use FeedSquares, which is a pretty nice reader and can use OAuth for normal google accounts and google apps accounts as well as the usual username/password way. http://www.appbrain.com/app/com.rocketinbottle.feedsquares
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