Feedly

I’m calling it. As of today Feedly is the best news app for Android. Today Feedly finally moved from the languishing doldrums of beta to a polished and sexy final release, which, in my book, makes it now the creme de la creme of Google Reader clients. I used Feedly ...More

Appy Geek

If you are  always hungry for the latest tech news and updates then Appy Geek is the app for you. Although you might already have your fill of RSS apps (e.g. Google Reader or Google Currents), but I would suggest you to take a look at Appy Geek since it’s ...More

Pocket

ReadItLater, the popular reading app, has received a welcomed facelift and name change to Pocket. The change isn’t limited to the Pocket app, but the entire service. ReadItLater is dead. Long live Pocket? I’m cool with that, and I bet you will be too. Wait, There’s No More ReadItLater? In ...More

Google Currents

Damn Google and their willy-nilly releasing of apps. Google Currents drop on the Android Market yesterday and basically came out of thin air. Like a good Android user , however, I’d be amiss if I didn’t give you one of our Android Static: Everything You Need To Know Guides on ...More

EasyRSS

News Junkies: EasyRSS is a lightweight RSS app for Android that integrates with your Google Reader account. As the name suggests, EasyRSS is easy to use and its simplicity is one of my favorite features. In most ways, EasyRSS is a typical RSS application: Google Reader integration, simple styling and ...More

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The CNNGo app was released on the Android Market and offers the latest news from Asian. CNNGo is an Asia focused division of CNN. CNN already has a great Android apps built for both Android phones and tablets,which the CNNGo app borrows heavily from in terms of looks and layout. ...More

The Spreaker app lets you broadcast live from your Android phone or tablet.

Spreaker just began beta testing it’s Android app. Spreaker is a live podcasting service that, literally, let’s you broadcast yourself in a matter of minutes. Spreaker is an interesting concept since it becomes effortless for someone to become their own personal radio station from practically anywhere. Spreaker is built to ...More

Meporter is centered around your location and local news.

I’ll preface this app review by saying that this app, in fact, does not make you reporter anymore than blogging makes me one. Just had to get that out of the way because that’s how Meporter markets itself.  Conceptually though, Meporter (the name obviously playing on reporter) is a social ...More

Reading and the design of articles is a pleasure to use on any Android device.

Looks like the official app for The Guardian was just released for Android. For our American readers not in the know, The Guardian is one of the UK’s oldest and well respected national publications and, even if you’re not the most internationally inclined, I’d recommend reading it. The Guardian’s app ...More

Pulse News is a visually impressive reader.

I’m a huge news junkie, and if it weren’t Google Reader I might go crazy thinking that I’ve not caught up with my favorite blogs and publications. Luckily Google Reader integration is pretty much an essential feature on any RSS app for Android these days. Here’s a list of our picks ...More

Pocket Casts has a cool cover flow like view for podcasts.

I’m a stickler for organization and being set in my ways. There are few things that I don’t have a “system” for and this absolutely applies to podcasts. Now, like most people, I started listening to podcasts because I bought an iPod and so I began using iTunes. But that ...More

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