With Google Reader officially biting the dust on July 1st, many of you have turned to Feedly for your RSS needs. In the latest update, gReader — an app that mimics the look of the original Google Reader application — now supports Feedly Cloud, making it your one stop place to shop for feeds and podcasts.
Aviary has received a huge update in the Google Play Store bringing an entirely new UI, while adding new features, filters, sticker packs and more.
Minuum is yet another keyboard application for Android that successfully gained over $83,000 as an Indiegogo project. It is currently undergoing beta testing for early backers, but we managed to get our hands on this early copy to see if Minuum can live up to the hype. Check it out.
Some more “Google Reader is about to die” related news for you guys today. Feedly, perhaps one of the biggest to step up to the plate and take the torch from Google in the online RSS reader front, has announced availability of Feedly Cloud.
Feedly isn’t the only one out there looking to rope in a new customer base thanks to Google’s termination of the popular feed reading service. Digg wants to extend its natural news-oriented roots by offering up an RSS reader of its own.
AT&T has announced that it has teamed up with NEC to bring folks a super rugged smartphone that doesn’t seem to be half bad in the specs department. Fittingly enough, t’s called the NEC Terrain
One of the original third-party Android browsers, Dolphin Browser, has hit version 10. You’re probably expecting huge changes to go along with such a major milestone, and you’d be expecting right — this update is rather huge.
Something unfortunate happened to the Falcon Pro Twitter account overnight. It seems users were being blocked from signing in on version 2.0.3, an update that was meant to “reset” the tokens for the app after the developer reached 100,000 tokens
The Moto X we’ve been hearing so much about lately seems to be coming to nearly every major carrier in the United States, just like original rumors promised. The device seems to have made its way through the FCC for US Cellular.