G:RSS – A Google Reader RSS App for Windows Phone 7 (WP7)

G:RSS is the only Google Reader for Windows Phone 7 (WP7) with on-demand page pre-buffering that removes the wait from your reading experience. It contains nearly all of the functionality existing in the web-based reader, including pre-buffering of subscription items for instantaneous access, even over a cell connection.  Trial version available.

Features include:

  • Full version: Ad free!
  • Full version: Star and share items
  • Full version: Offline reading mode
  • Background pre-buffering of articles in online mode for reading without the wait
  • Access to all labels and feeds
  • View all starred or unread items
  • View your shared items
  • View your friend’s shared items
  • Marking items, feeds, or labels read and unread
  • Instant synchronization with your Google Reader account
  • Support for WP7 system themes
  • Ability to show teasers in item list screen
  • Sliding transitions when moving between items
  • Option for full SSL (HTTPS) reading
  • Feed sorting (descending/ascending)
  • Display of all or new items
  • Direct access to labels or choose feeds within them

If you have any comments or feature requests, please comment below.  To discuss G:RSS in more depth, join the conversation at the XDA Developers Forum.

Download: http://social.zune.net/redir…237de2db9e

Take a picture with your camera to download.

Digg This
Reddit This
Stumble Now!
Buzz This
Vote on DZone
Share on Facebook
Bookmark this on Delicious
Kick It on DotNetKicks.com
Shout it
Share on LinkedIn
Bookmark this on Technorati
Post on Twitter
Google Buzz (aka. Google Reader)

18 Responses to “G:RSS – A Google Reader RSS App for Windows Phone 7 (WP7)”

[...] nowsci.com You might also like these : Animated Page Transitions on Windows Phone 7Teens claim the KINs are [...]

[...] Man the devs are really shining on WP7 already. Here’s an app from Nowsci that’s in final form (we just need phones:)). It’s a Goog RSS reader but it focuses on [...]

[...] 7 is the upcoming Smartphone series from Microsoft which is expected to release in October 2010. G:RSS is a Google RSS Reader Application for Windows Phone 7 (WP7). It is a full featured application [...]

[...] 7 is the upcoming Smartphone series from Microsoft which is expected to release in October 2010. G:RSS is a Google RSS Reader Application for Windows Phone 7 (WP7). It is a full featured application [...]

[...] out the video below to see the app in action and visit the developer’s site to keep up to date with it. You can also follow an on-going forum thread regarding [...]

Wade Dorrell says:

I’d buy it. Nicely done.

Mike says:

Where is this APP? I dont see it in the Marketplace.

Benjamin Curtis says:

@Mike: Should be in the market by Thanksgiving!

Mike says:

Great Can’t wait! Please post here once it’s available.

Benjamin Curtis says:

OK everyone, it’s live and in the market. See above for download links. It may take a little while to propagate across the market everywhere.

Ulnah says:

Seems to take NoDo switching poorly, crashing out. Every time I lock the screen or switch to another program, then unlock/hit ‘back’ to return/relaunch, it gives:

at GoogleRssReader.Items.OnNavigatedTo
(NavigationEventArgs e)
Microsoft.Phone.Controls.PhoneApplicationPage.InternalOnNavigatedTo(NavigationEventArgs e)

blah blah so on and so form. I’m using the trial for now, and whatever version’s latest in the Marketplace.

Benjamin Curtis says:

@Ulnah: Interesting. I will take a look for issuing a fix. Thanks for pointing it out.

Dave says:

How about a page-flipping feature so you can speed-read the article w/o having to waste time manually scrolling? The Kindle WP7 app does this just right. I can’t find an RSS reader that does this and would happily pay it. It would be unique (please kill my side project of writing my own – there’s better side projects to work on :)

Benjamin Curtis says:

@Dave: You can use the “next page” button to scroll to the next page of the current article. Are you talking about jumping to the Next article? If so, hit “N” on the keyboard after the current article finishes loading.

JohnC says:

Similar issue to @Ulnah, except

at GoogleRssReader.ItemDetailsWeb.OnNavigatedTo
(NavigationEventArgs e)

I just downloaded the app today.

Following the hottest hardware and software for today's digital junkie.

Off the wall articles and interviews from the technology sector.

The latest happenings in the technology industry.

Techviews Random Bits News Tools

Help us out, become a fan!

We provide tools such as the Registry Changer and MythMediaMonitor along with current news and reviews free of charge to our audience. To help keep us going, please take a brief moment to follow us on any of the networks you have an account on.

We've detected an Ad-Blocker

It appears as though you are using an ad blocking program. Sites like nowsci.com are only able to provide content for free with support from our sponsors.

Please consider disabling your ad blocking program on our site. Thank you.