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Nice RSS Feed Browser/Reader Launched for iPad

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    There are plenty of iPad RSS readers and browsers out there right now for the iPad, in fact there are almost so many it’s hard to know which one to choose. I’ve yet to settle on one that I really like, but maybe the newly launched Nice RSS will tick all the boxes. The app was created by Daniel Isenhower, an independent developer from Houston, Texas, and is built around a customisable menu system that enables the feed list to be docked against any edge of the iPad, in either landscape or portrait mode. Nice RSS places the emphasis firmly on readability, with its own web browser function, YouTube and Vimeo video playback, integrated sync with your Google Reader settings, adding and deleting subscriptions, and built -in sharing connectivity via email, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr among others.

    The app has a nice (sorry!) look to it, with a wood-grain motif framing the feed list window and the display window, which could be quite soothing when you’re checking your feeds over breakfast!

    You can download Nice RSS here for $2.99/£1.79

    Source: Daniel Isenhower

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