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Tablet Support Comes to Google Reader App in New Update

Hooray for more tablet apps!  The number of Honeycomb apps seems to be on the rise these days, but we could always use more, especially the apps we use on a daily basis.  Google Reader is by far my top choice for a feed reader, so I couldn’t be happier that it now looks tabletified.  Sure, there are plenty of spicy photo-centric readers like News360 and Pulse that get the job done – I just like my news simple.  If you want something without all the fluff and that reminds you of an in-browser reader, then this is a great choice.  

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  • Anonymous

    if you like the standard Google Reader app, try gReader. it’s very similar but with more options and a more polished UI.

  • Anonymous

    So how do we get the full story in the RSS Feed like the screen cap above?

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  • Anonymous

    At last!

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  • Justin Harringa

    Hmm… does this also have the “Mark Previous as Read” functionality? 

    • Anonymous

      Don’t exactly see it.  More the pity.  I actually use that quit a bit.

  • Anonymous

    Just curious to why the Droid-Life feeds don’t display fully in the reader? Other similar tech sites like BGR can be read fully with pictures and all. I’m not coming down on Droid-Life for not doing it, just been wanting to know.

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  • caseyisajim

    I switched to just using twitter for all my news, but now I might consider going back to google reader…

  • Anonymous

    It looks nice but I prefer Feedly, it seems to do the Job just fine, News360 basically for Non-Tech News

  • Finire

    I wasn’t actually using a reader before this because none of them were decent. But now I’m hooked on Google Reader for my tablet. Google is doing an awesome job keeping up on 3.x

    • Finire

      Well, I actually used to use 360, but gave up on bothering with it.

  • Anonymous

    About time. Give me Google Voice now for Tablet and I’ll be good to go.

    • LionStone

      Oh yea, now you’re talking.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/bryanpwilliams Bryan Williams

    We need a droid.tablet-life.com.  Some of us would really enjoy not having to sift through crappy tablet updates.

    • Anonymous

      1. There are no Droid tablets.
      2. Some of us enjoy “crappy” tablet updates and don’t want jump back and forth between a bunch -life.com sites.
      3. If “sifting” through the updates is really that hard for you, you might consider an iPhon’t. :-)
      4. When you’re done here, please tell the LA Times to stop covering the Miami NCAA scandal.

      • http://www.facebook.com/bryanpwilliams Bryan Williams

        You’re correct, there are no “Droid” tablets.  Last I checked, not all the phones that are covered on here are “droids” either.  Seeing as they haven’t used an.droid-life.com since March, I think I can refer to Android tablets as “Droid” tablets since they’re covering it on “Droid”-life.com.

        Maybe I should have suggested they start using an.droid-life again. Whatcha think Kel? Is this site getting a little too expansive in its coverage? Why bother keeping both domains if you’re not going to use them?

        • Finire

          It’s actually all on the same domain, an. is just a different pre-qualifier. How’s that iPhail working out for you?

        • Anonymous

          An.droid.life is such a fail. I’m glad it failed because i didn’t like having to look at two separate sites for the same relative information.

          Now only if droid-life could also talk about photography i can also get rid of some other unnecessary feeds. If droid life can become a one stop shop, I’ll be happy.

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    First