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Google Reader app for Android now available

Google has released an official Google Reader app for Android, and it's perhaps unexpectedly quite packed with features for a first release. It obviously allows you to read the feeds you subscribe to on the go, shows unread counts, items shared by friends, and lets you like and star posts -- but there is more to it than just that. It supports multiple accounts and synced preferences (although...

Times, a slick newspaper-like RSS reader, hits the iPad

Times, one of the more interesting RSS reader options on OS X, just got an iPad version. The iPad is a perfect fit for Times' newspaper-like layout, which looks more like a magazine in the iPad version. As much as I love Flipboard as a way to read articles on the iPad, I know that some people aren't hooked into the social networks that Flipboard relies on for links. If you want a...

NewsGator gives full control of FeedDemon back to developer

The story of how NewsGator attempted to corner the market on consumer RSS has taken another strange turn. In an interview with Steven Hodson published on Hodson's Shooting at Bubbles site, Bradbury admits that he is no longer employed by NewsGator, but has retained the full rights to his popular FeedDemon RSS reader. NewsGator continues to offer FeedDemon, and the application is still...

Regator comes to iPhone

Blogs are a dime-a-dozen these days. There's no shortage of sites dedicated to posting articles on just about anything you could possibly be interested in. Regator.com, a website dedicated to sifting through the countless blogs on the internet has finally released their own companion iPhone application. If you're not familiar with Regator, it's a great web resource that highlights the web's...

Regator takes a bite out of the blogoshpere

There are certainly plenty of blog directories and Digg type websites that tell you what the most popular or "best" news of the day is. Regator wants to join the fray. Regator is a combination of a lot of different methods of news aggregation. Actual people do a lot of the work, reading through and finding blog posts they think are interesting to read. Those posts are sorted into almost 500...

Fav.or.it RSS aggregator launches. Will it change the game?

Fav.or.it is a new kind of RSS aggregator, somewhere in between a pre-set collection of feeds like Alltop and a full-on Google Reader-style service. It had been in closed beta, but now's it's opening to everyone. It includes a set of 2000 of the most popular and interesting feeds, and provides recommended stories based on what you're reading, how long you spend on it, and how you rate it....

Snackr: a new way to get your RSS fix

Snackr is an Adobe AIR-based RSS ticker that pulls random headlines from your RSS feeds and scrolls them along the bottom or the side of your screen, letting you click through to read anything that looks interesting. It's not a replacement for your regular RSS reader, but it makes a great supplement. Snackr's well worth checking out if you're an information addict who has to have the fire hydrant...

Download Squad's Invite-a-Palooza: Day 9

Several readers have written in to request that we contact Streamy for our our Invite-a-Palooza series. Well, folks, today's your day. There seems to be a groundswell of attention forming around this new Web site that wants to give us a new way to tackle our overload of RSS feeds, social networks, instant messengers and bookmarks. Since we last wrote about Streamy, the developers have thrown in...

Create your own Netvibes Universe

Netvibes announced this week the launch of Netvibes Universe. Netvibes Universe allows users to create personalized home pages with widgets they select and now publish them for public use. Available widgets include things like RSS feeds, weather reports, Flikr Image searches, YouTube video searches and more. Publishers now also have the ability to add their own CSS and HTML to pages as well. Users...

Free RSS readers for Pocket PC - Mobile Minute

Alien6 recently released a new RSS reader for Windows Mobile, and it looks like a great little news reader for people who prefer the look and feel of a newspaper to RSS feeds. But here at DownloadSquad, we're RSS junkies, and it's hard to beat a good RSS reader for sifting through piles of information every day. And lucky for you, while there are some great commercial feed readers for Windows...

Manage your life with Synapse

Synapse is an online life manager. As of yet, there is no information as to whether this is a free web based application or not. Synapse is working up to their October 2006 release date, and it looks like it has some nice potential. The Synapse website lists off the main features that it will help users to manage their lives with. These include: People - personal contact manager Calendar -...

Egress - Little-known but powerful Pocket PC RSS Reader

I have tried a ton of Pocket PC RSS readers, and the one that I keep coming back to is called Egress, by Garish Kernels. I don't know, but get the impression that Garish Kernels is a one man show, given the very slow updates to the software, and the somewhat lackluster response times to support requests. I'm also somewhat annoyed that a persistent bug still exists in it (at least when using it on...

FeedLounge web-based feed reader goes live

I've had an invitation to FeedLounge in my Inbox since July, and now I'm never going to get to use it. FeedLounge is yet another web-based feed reader service, but has gotten pretty stellar reviews, and has just opened up to the public. It has the requisite AJAXy interface ("you may quickly forget that you’re using a web application"), a full set of keyboard shortcuts, three...