1. cespinal's Avatar
    Just curious as to what Classic users are turning to as their news feed app, RSS Savy? Flipboard? Etc.

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    01-12-15 06:39 PM
  2. diegonei's Avatar
    Z30 here but Feedly has been good to me since the death of Google Reader.
    01-12-15 06:54 PM
  3. spork141's Avatar
    Sending a lot of people this way lately.

    You don't need another rss app beyond this.

    http://appworld.blackberry.com/webst...ntent/21200129


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    01-12-15 07:45 PM
  4. bbuser_1985's Avatar
    I agree. Greader is by far the best app you can get. Feedly app from the amazon appstore is a close second.

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    01-12-15 07:56 PM
  5. cespinal's Avatar
    Sending a lot of people this way lately.

    You don't need another rss app beyond this.

    http://appworld.blackberry.com/webst...ntent/21200129


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    Thanks! Going to. Take this one for a spin.

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    01-12-15 09:04 PM
  6. Mr4aces's Avatar
    Sending a lot of people this way lately.

    You don't need another rss app beyond this.

    http://appworld.blackberry.com/webst...ntent/21200129


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    Spork recommend this app to me. I tried 4 different apps GnewsReader works the best

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    Last edited by Mr4aces; 01-13-15 at 12:32 PM.
    01-12-15 10:29 PM
  7. Mr4aces's Avatar
    What's really funny is BBMOS7 does this and more, but the phone is dated,
    01-13-15 12:35 PM
  8. spork141's Avatar
    What's really funny is BBMOS7 does this and more, but the phone is dated,
    BB10 does this too. It does it with the hub. Apps integrate in your hub and you go there for rss feeds and twitter etc. The hub is still pretty basic for more advanced interactions with each app, but it'll get there.

    This is a better way to handle things. Having blackberry resources manually integrate and support every little feature into the OS is a losing battle. Having them focus on API's and integration with third party apps is a better strategy.

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    01-13-15 02:43 PM
  9. VeryBumpy's Avatar
    Any good News (not RSS) app that is free and doesn't require an account?
    01-15-15 02:31 PM
  10. aurelpascu24's Avatar
    I recomand FeedMinder great interface experience and twitter integration

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    01-15-15 04:20 PM
  11. BEEBEEBEEBEE's Avatar
    ^^^ FeedMiner is decent

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    01-15-15 08:35 PM
  12. Euan's Avatar
    Sending a lot of people this way lately.

    You don't need another rss app beyond this.

    http://appworld.blackberry.com/webst...ntent/21200129


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    Totally agree.
    BEST 1$ I EVER SPENT!
    01-15-15 08:37 PM
  13. Taigatrommel's Avatar
    Personally I used RSS Savvy which is pretty decent and doesn't require any accounts on RSS services. I upgraded to Feed Minder, basically the premium paid version of RSS Savvy, mostly to support the dev and get rid of those ads.

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    01-16-15 04:38 AM
  14. kjjb0204's Avatar
    I've used RssDemon News and Podcast Reader from Meecel since the day we could load Android apps. Via Snap. Free, simple, easy.
    01-16-15 07:17 AM
  15. Core_Frequency's Avatar
    So between gnewsreader, feed minder/rss savvy, gazzet which is the best?

    Never used feedly before but I would prefer a native app with hub integration. What is the advantage of using feedly? I have been thinking of using it for the reason that I don't need to setup my feeds on every device. Also anyone use pocket? Is it something you recommend? Are there any apps that integrate with these two (feedly and pocket) in case I do decide to use these services at a later date?

    Sorry if I rambling and parts don't make sense. I'm running on a few hours of sleep :P
    03-21-15 09:08 PM
  16. AlfredFettucine's Avatar
    Personally I used RSS Savvy which is pretty decent and doesn't require any accounts on RSS services. I upgraded to Feed Minder, basically the premium paid version of RSS Savvy, mostly to support the dev and get rid of those ads.

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    Did exactly the same on the Z30.
    The great thing is you could try rss savvy for free and then upgrade if you want.
    I now only use the upgrade 'FeedMinder' and have completely forgotten about all other news apps available.
    03-21-15 10:02 PM

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