The best UI around for an RSS reader
by on August 9, 2012
RSS readers are ten a penny at the moment on Windows Phone, but this one really adds a new range of functionality.
The app isn’t the easiest to get into when you first open it up, as you’ll need to log into Google Reader if you want to get your already-populated feeds all in one place. You can search for them separately, but it does take a little while to get everything up and running as there’s no suggestion engine.
But once you’re into the app, you’ve got a decent choice of UIs – and that’s really the main thrust of Fuse: it’s not the quickest to browse through, but it’s definitely enjoyable.
The Live Tile option can be customised to show how many stories you’ve got left to read, or just the more recent article – but the updating tile is cool no matter which way you look at it.
The UI is the main winning factor here, and the navigation system is slick too. The set up is a bit too complex, and it’s not overly easy to manually add a feed in either.
There are a number of excellent feed readers around, and while this isn’t the outright best we thoroughly recommend you give it a try.
Download this app: http://www.windowsphone.com/en-GB/apps/8355da61-1ac5-49cd-a753-7f6afed2bb62
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