If you’re in need of a good RSS feed then this app is a strong starting point, though feed management relies heavily on its web-based system.
YomoMedia Reader Review
by on March 13, 2010
Despite not being created by Microsoft or Apple, RSS feeds have taken over the world, they offer the easiest way of accessing thousands of sites’ daily updates in an organised, searchable and accessible way.
Many phones will come bundled with a free RSS reader but if yours doesn’t is YomoMedia Reader worth your time and effort? Perhaps. It certainly puts on a good face with the interface nice and clear and easy to use. We thought the scrolling menu bar could have been made easier to navigate but selecting feeds and scrolling through stories is certainly fast. Links can even be read within the reader, so you’re not swapping out all of the time.
You’re given good control over how the program should update, when it should download feeds and you can also opt in or out of podcasts.
The main issue for us is that within the program it’s somewhat hard to add or search for new RSS feeds. YomoMedia’s preferred method is via its parent website, which in itself is fine but seems to unnecessarily complicate things and sends us scurrying back to our handset’s (in this case a HTC HD2) native reader.
Buy this app: Download the YomoMedia Reader app now
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