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While some claim RSS usage is fading fast, the apps in this AppGuide put a fresh face on an otherwise dull piece of technology. The newly added Mr. Reader is one of the best apps in its class for the iPad and adds loads of functionality to your RSS experience.

Greg Sapienza

AppGuide Updated: RSS Readers

The newly added iReadG puts a modern look on what some claim to be a declining technology. RSS is still a very useful thing and the addition of iReadG further proves that and makes this AppGuide worth a look for any news fiend.

Greg Sapienza

New App Guide: Offline Reader Apps

Lack of an internet connection is something we all have to deal with from time to time... whether we are on an airplane, on the subway, or have a weak signal. But fret not, there are many solutions, (i.e. apps), that can help you read articles even offline.


Is THIS The Best iPad News Reader?

While Twitter clients were one of the most popular and most debated apps on the iPhone, news readers are the hot topic for the iPad. Apps like Flipboard, Reeder and Pulse have drawn the most attention so far, but a new app seeks to eclipse them all.

Scott Grizzle

Make Twitter Your Daily Newspaper

People have been abandoning traditional paper news sources in favor of blogs, Twitter and RSS feeds as their sources of news and information. Visiting all those sources to find the important items can be tedious and time consuming. Now there is a great new solution for viewing them on your iPad or iPhone.

Scott Grizzle

Review: Fifty Great Books for Ten Bucks!

No lie. Fifty Great Books for Ten Bucks! is an app name - and sales pitch - all in one. But whose definition of great are we going by? Reading long books on the iPhone? Couldn’t that be clumsy or hurt your eyes? Nope. Rest easy friends, this is a collection of classics couched in a program that makes them easy and convenient to read.

David Marcus