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PaperBoy : A Feedly NewsReader Free


Ivy Say:

There are 3 guiding principles that Paperboy was built on. Firstly content should be available offline ie to read articles you should be forced to have an internet connection. Secondly keep the CPU and data consumption to a minimum. Thirdly adapt automatically to individual users' usage patterns.
Whenever a new feature is added all these criteria are considered and algorithms are tuned to work effectively keeping these things in consideration. This is a departure from patterns that most apps are using and that does break some users expectations. But after using Paperboy for a few days it becomes evident to most users that things are better this way.

Description & Screenshots

The app is designed to work offline. All articles are cleaned up for a better and consistent reading experience. The image colors are used to style each article to give it a magazine like look. The app automatically syncs the data based on the network preference set by the users. The theme used in the app also automatically switches based on the time of the day moving to a dark theme at night to make reading easier. The app also auto adjusts to the screen size and density to keep the information consistent over multiple devices. Integration with services like pocket makes working with app really easy. Since the app adjusts to the user behavior making things automatically better as the app is usage increases.

Ivy Bruce is the Founder and Editorial Director at Recovery-Android Studio. You can also find her on Google+ and Twitter.

Additional information
  • Last Updated:Feb. 14, 2016
  • App Size:6.2M
  • Installs: 50,000 - 100,000
  • Current Version:9.4.4
  • Requires Android:4.0.3 and up
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