gReader | Feedly | News | RSS MOD


gReader is a simple and fast reader for Feedly, Old Reader & Inoreader.
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★★★ “gReader Is Hands Down The Incomparable King Of RSS Readers On Android.” – AndroidPolice ★★★

gReader is a simple, fast and intuitive feed/rss reader for Feedly and The Old Reader, featuring beautiful themes, podcast support and full offline support. Read all your rss/feed news in one place, where keeping up with your favorite websites is as easy as checking your email. More on

* Please let us know of any issues you encounter via email.
* The Old Reader: To use The Old Reader you need to create a mobile login in TOR settings
* Read the FAQ before commenting:
* Beta:
* Play Store:

* Feedly Cloud: Feedly Cloud is a new way to browse the content of your favorite sites.
* The Old Reader: The Old Reader is a simple, web-based RSS reader with lots of great sharing features.
* Inoreader: Inoreader is a web-based content and RSS feed reader, a cloud-based service for web browsers and mobile devices.
* RSS Reader: Use gReader without any online services. All data are saved locally.

* Synchronization: Use gReader at home, at your office, or anywhere you go and keep your feeds, tags and shared items synched in one place.
* 2-Way Sync: Synchronize your read items between gReader and Feedly/The Old Reader. Keep your articles up-to-date
* Auto synchronization: Always have the latest news on your device
* Offline Reading: Reading full article content without internet connection
* Podcast support: Download or stream your favorite podcast with gReader.
* User Interface: Simple, fast and intuitive
* Tablet-Optimized: Read your news more comfortable on a tablet
* Themes: Light, Green, Sepia, Black and Dark
* Night Mode: Read your articles with white font on black background. Save battery and increase readability in the night.
* Mark read on scroll: Mark articles as read while scrolling
* Voice-Reading (Text-To-Speech): Listen to your news
* Search Filters: Search and filter keywords, save search results
* Folders / Tags support: Organize your feeds into folders/tags
* Notification: Keep informed of the latest news
* Share articles via Email, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, …
* Services: Translation, Mobilizer (Google, Instapaper, Readability)
* Save to Pocket (Read it later) / Instapaper / Readability
* List view: List, Grid or Card
* Sort: by newest, by oldest, by feed
* Quick and Swipe actions: faster access to useful functions
* Rich article list (snippet and thumbnail)
* Widget: Icon widget with unread badge
* Easy Reading: Reading mode view, inverse webpage color
* Fullscreen mode: Enlarge your reading space
* HTTPS connection: Use Http Secure to get your feeds
* Backup/Restore: Backup/Restore your preferences

Try it yourself and build your own opinion.

* GET_ACCOUNTS, USE_CREDENTIALS: Allows access to the list of accounts for quick login.
* READ_LOGS: Used for feedback feature. Users could send logs to developer for identifying issues.


- Bug fixes and performance improvements

- Voice Reading: Improve content extraction
- Voice Reading: Auto detect language
- Rewarded Ad: Get Premium from watching video
- Incremental notification sync unread count
- UX/UI: New icons
- Bug fixes and performance improvements


4 comentarios en "gReader | Feedly | News | RSS MOD"

  1. Mel Russell dice:

    I still have the Pro version, the one you can’t install anymore on Play. It’s a hot mess. Was a great app once. Even in Pro version, it tracks me now. Google, Facebook, The Trade Desk, Twitter, comScore, PubMatic, and Index Exchange. I can’t imagine the trackers the free version has. I’m not against monetization. One-time pricing isn’t a sustainable survival revenue for devs. However, there has to be some balance. So, I’m likely uninstalling the Pro. 😔 I paid. Why do I have trackers then?

  2. Aleksei Tynianyi dice:

    Years ago, after trying this app, I immediately bought the pro version because it was what I needed. The pro version included no ads. But was unpleasantly surprised when I switched to a new phone. My pro version is no longer available on Google Play, only free with a huge amount of ads. It’s sad that developers treat their users this way. Disappointed

  3. TJ Evans-Ellis dice:

    This used to be an amazing app (and i happily bought the “pro” version long ago), but at some point they decided to add invasive video ads (which play even when on cellular data) every time you click on a post to read. It’s completely unusable now. It made me very sad to see it go, but with a heavy heart i finally uninstalled it. So long, greader… You used to be so great but you’ve changed.

  4. Donnie Wickham dice:

    What a steep decline in quality this app has experienced. Moving to a subscription model is one thing, and I try to keep business decisions in perspective, but the video ads with audio are disruptive, especially in an app that’s used primarily for reading. That’s enough for me to stop using it, after doing so for so many years. I wouldn’t mind silent ads as much. Good luck to the dev, but this is just further proof that nothing is forever.

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