XDA Reader

XDA Reader


Often you may not feel like loading the whole XDA Portal page to see if there are any new posts. Its even more disappointing if you are on a limited plan and even after loading the whole page, there are no new posts to enjoy and you regret doing it since the Portal page is extremely big.

This happens pretty frequently with me so I made this alternative light weight app to keep up with the latest news from the XDA Portal.

This app relies on the RSS Feed provided by XDA, focusing on what users want with no unnecessary features.

Brought to you by XDA Recognizeed Developer EatHeat.


Features:
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1. Loads both image and text.
2. Loads by asynctask. No heavy load on main UI.
3. 10 latest posts from the Portal.
4. Ability to swipe through detail view to go on to the next feed.
5. Offline reading.
6. Complete Holo UI.
7. 4 inbuilt themes to choose from.
8. Live preview of new theme directly on screen. No need to restart every time to select your choice.
9. Allows Copying text.
10. Cached images for better performance.

Note:
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Restart of app is need for applying the full theme.


Pro Features:
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1. Get 12 inbuilt themes.
2. Ability to switch to full screen.
3. Ability to use expanded mode removing the StatusBar and the ActionBar.


Please support my work by getting the Pro version of this app.


Thank you for using this.

Recent changes:
Initial Release
V1.0

V1.2
Support for more forums.
Smoother scrolling
Better image caching for faster use
Code clean up
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4.1
User ratings
60
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
0
File size
713 kb
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About XDA Reader
Often you may not feel like loading the whole XDA Portal page to see if there are any new posts. Its even more disappointing if you are on a limited plan and even after loading the whole page, there are no new posts to enjoy and you regret doing it since the Portal page is extremely big.

This happens pretty frequently with me so I made this alternative light weight app to keep up with the latest news from the XDA Portal.

This app relies on the RSS Feed provided by XDA, focusing on what users want with no unnecessary features.

Brought to you by XDA Recognizeed Developer EatHeat.


Features:
=======
1. Loads both image and text.
2. Loads by asynctask. No heavy load on main UI.
3. 10 latest posts from the Portal.
4. Ability to swipe through detail view to go on to the next feed.
5. Offline reading.
6. Complete Holo UI.
7. 4 inbuilt themes to choose from.
8. Live preview of new theme directly on screen. No need to restart every time to select your choice.
9. Allows Copying text.
10. Cached images for better performance.

Note:
====
Restart of app is need for applying the full theme.


Pro Features:
===========
1. Get 12 inbuilt themes.
2. Ability to switch to full screen.
3. Ability to use expanded mode removing the StatusBar and the ActionBar.


Please support my work by getting the Pro version of this app.


Thank you for using this.

Recent changes:
Initial Release
V1.0

V1.2
Support for more forums.
Smoother scrolling
Better image caching for faster use
Code clean up

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A Google User
Jul 18, 2014
It's pretty good, thank you
A Google User
Feb 26, 2014
it's okay but... been using it for a couple of minutes now... a nice lighweight & simple app, but if it could load more topics it'd be great..and if only it could load mobile version of the site, it'd be perfect :)
A Google User
Dec 4, 2013
Simple but does the job well Some of the most useful apps were developed to answer a personal need of the developer but fit the niche so well others will find them useful too. That seems to be what's going on here. The app is good. Its simplicity is its strength. I like that. I can only think of 2 things which might enhance that: keeping the past x-days of headlines and offering a small widget.
A Google User
Dec 4, 2013
Fast&easy to use
A Google User
Dec 1, 2013
Not good It has potential, but it redirects you right back to the crappy website.