Android Apps – FeedR
FeedR is my current favourite application for dealing with my Google Reader account on my phone. It has a nice clean interface and almost all the features that you could want in a feed reading application. However, I have been looking at some of the reader apps available for iPhone and thinking that there are no really nice usable apps for Android available out there. Feedr comes pretty close but not quite there.
The main FeedR screen. This is synced with your Google Reader account and will reflect the feeds and folders that you may have there. All the folders/feed bundles are colour coded for convenience and the unread count is displayed next to the titles
The colour coding continues with the feeds inside the folders. The unread counts are also shown with each feed
The articles in the feed are displayed in a clean and clear format. This is the “Light” theme in use
This is the “Dark” theme in use
This is the article view. Any images in the article are scaled to fit your screen alsong with the text. Here you have the options to go to the original article on the internet, view a mobile format, share and go full screen also
The options are fairly detailed. You can adjust the font sizes, choose the dark/light themes, set-up automatic updates, notifications and integrate with more than one Google Reader account. You can also backup and restore your feeds to and from your SD card.