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Your Articles Today – Daily Google Reader News Page 1.52

Category: News
Price: $3.99 -> Free, Version: 1.52
Your Articles Today - Daily Google Reader News Page - Mario Zannone & C. SAS

Description:

Articles focus is on simplicity and on providing a reading experience as close as possible to reading a newspaper.
Therefore, some features are left out – did you feel deprived for not having read status and read counts while reading your tabloid today? – or delegated to different tools.
Your Articles Today synchronizes with Google Reader: you can setup your subscriptions using the Google Reader native web interface or any of the Great Tools out there that synchronize with Google Reader.

CREDITS

Icon by: FastIcon.com
The default application setup includes subscriptions from:
Daring Fireball, explodingdog, Signal vs. Noise, The New Yorker, The New York Review of Books, BBC and many other interesting feeds.

GETTING STARTED

You can start playing with the application as soon as you download it; the default setup includes subscriptions for a few famous sites.
These sites are great, but of course you will want to make your own choice of subscriptions:

1.Create a Google Reader account, or use an existing one. Add your subscriptions and assign them to a folder of your choice (as an example, a folder named "Articles"). If you want to use YAT on all your subscription, then there is no need to create a folder: just leave ‘folder name’ blank in step 2.

2.In the iPad Settings application, select Articles and enter your login, password and folder name in the "Google Reader Account" section (be sure to select "Using Google Reader Account" in "Subscription Settings").

3.There is no settings step 3. Open the application and enjoy reading.

Alternatively, you can use a public folder:

1.Collect the subscriptions into a folder of your choice, then go to "Settings/Reader Settings/Folder and Tags" and mark the folder as Public; then click the "view public page" link and copy the 20 digit User ID between %2F and %2F. If the link is something like
http://www.google.com/reader/shared/user%2F15721937269114434162%2Flabel%2FArticles then 15721937269114434162 is your User ID.

2.In the iPad Settings application, select Articles and enter your Google Reader User ID and the folder name in the "Google Reader Public Folder" section (be sure to select "Using Google Reader Public Folder" in "Subscription Settings").

Please note that in this case (public folder) ‘folder name’ is not optional)

new in v1.01:

- Better index list
- Leave google account folder-name empty if you do not want to focus on a specific folder

new in v1.02:

- Two-finger swipe to set/unset night mode
- Pinch to change font size

new in v1.5

- Send article to Instapaper
- Mail article link
- Open article in Safari

new in v1.51

- fix for occasional crash at startup

new in v1.52

- fix: now should really load all your google reader subscriptions when google account folder name is left empty in settings
- minor cosmetic fixes in page rendering

What’s New

- fix: now should really load all your google reader subscriptions when google account folder name is left empty in settings
- page layout/rendering fixes

Your Articles Today – Daily Google Reader News Page

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November 4, 2010 - Posted by | Applications, iPad, Limited time offer

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