1. csiguy1's Avatar
    I have been using Pipeline Pro as a News Reader and it is a very nice program for us News Junkies.
    05-28-11 01:01 AM
  2. darkonex's Avatar
    Ya it's nice but it's hard to scroll without accidently touching the links. I'm really digging Glimpse, they just updated tonight and it's much better, very smooth and it's alot like Pulse on IOS.
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    05-28-11 01:46 AM
  3. rsxsniper's Avatar
    thx for the recommndation man. the only complain i have is not having the ability to sort the feeds by different feed source but im loving the design
    05-28-11 04:10 AM
  4. dfaris's Avatar
    Just checked out Pipeline, I like the way you can organize the news and add feeds. It's hard to justify the $2.99 fee for the pro when there are apps like News360 and Glimpse out there. I'm on the fence for what news reader to use.
    05-29-11 10:22 AM
  5. the_thunderbird's Avatar
    I never pay for apps so decided I would shell out the 3 for this to try. Quite happy, good for flights when i want to read my feeds.
    05-29-11 10:25 AM
  6. dfaris's Avatar
    Does anyone know if Pipeline or any other news reader will use the bridge to get news when there is no WiFi service?
    05-29-11 10:42 AM
  7. Zach7's Avatar
    I haven't seen any apps use the bridge feature to obtain data yet. It may be a future software build, but I am not sure.
    05-29-11 11:03 AM
  8. gordongr's Avatar
    i am loving geereader, syncs with google and its very smooth, wonderful app i think
    05-29-11 09:20 PM
  9. chrism_scotland's Avatar
    Old thread I know, but is there anyway for me to force it to keep everything offline? Or do I need to select the feeds that I want to store offline?
    10-31-11 03:23 AM