Usenet Reader for Android DEMO

Usenet Reader for Android DEMO


Android Usenet Reader (DEMO) is an usenet / nntp / newsgroup client for Android.

Message from developer:

It is a demo version of Android Usenet Reader. Please purchase Android Usenet Reader for full features access. For inquiry, please contact me at [email protected]


* Production Description

- Subscribe groups
- Post and Reply
- Attach image file
- Support multiple usenet servers
- Customized signature
- Support SSL connections
- List headlines by thread
- Load latest headlines first like Outlook Express does
- Auto fetch latest headlines of all subscribed groups
- Fetch latest full messages in group
- Smart article navigation (previous, next thread / article)
- Mark / Unmark articles or thread
- Support multiple languages
- Support reading HTML article
- Show image attachments
- Open hyper links in web browser
- Delete old articles
- Offline reading
- Footprints function
- Support Android 1.5 to 2.3

Recent changes:
Version 1.21.8 (2014-09-11)
- bug fix : Force Close when clicking 'click here to fetch message'
- bug fix : Force Close when onResume
- bug fix : cannot decode quoted-printable name / email posted by 'Newsgroup Reader'
- new feature : save attachment will use _[count] as file name suffix
- new feature : can share article to other android apps (limited support)
- new feature : add nntp conneciton pool
- new feature : fetch full message in background in Thread View
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4.0
User ratings
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Installs
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File size
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About Usenet Reader for Android DEMO
Android Usenet Reader (DEMO) is an usenet / nntp / newsgroup client for Android.

Message from developer:

It is a demo version of Android Usenet Reader. Please purchase Android Usenet Reader for full features access. For inquiry, please contact me at [email protected]


* Production Description

- Subscribe groups
- Post and Reply
- Attach image file
- Support multiple usenet servers
- Customized signature
- Support SSL connections
- List headlines by thread
- Load latest headlines first like Outlook Express does
- Auto fetch latest headlines of all subscribed groups
- Fetch latest full messages in group
- Smart article navigation (previous, next thread / article)
- Mark / Unmark articles or thread
- Support multiple languages
- Support reading HTML article
- Show image attachments
- Open hyper links in web browser
- Delete old articles
- Offline reading
- Footprints function
- Support Android 1.5 to 2.3

Recent changes:
Version 1.21.8 (2014-09-11)
- bug fix : Force Close when clicking 'click here to fetch message'
- bug fix : Force Close when onResume
- bug fix : cannot decode quoted-printable name / email posted by 'Newsgroup Reader'
- new feature : save attachment will use _[count] as file name suffix
- new feature : can share article to other android apps (limited support)
- new feature : add nntp conneciton pool
- new feature : fetch full message in background in Thread View

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User reviews of Usenet Reader for Android DEMO
need full version!
Oct 13, 2010
full version please!!!!!
Oct 12, 2010
Sep 11, 2010
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 17, 2014
Has Major Flaw It seems to work well enough, but the lack of ability to mark all posts as "read" is, for me, a deal breaker.
A Google User
Dec 23, 2013
nice but... ...too expensive for the full version ! too bad :(
A Google User
Sep 28, 2013
Any plan for nught mode? Comfortable under low light condition
A Google User
Apr 23, 2013
This is a demo, and thank goodness I tried, and found an issue. A day later the author released a fix for it. That's support.
A Google User
Apr 5, 2013
This is a demo, and thank goodness I tried, and found an issue. A day later the without released a fix for it. That's support.